Recognize this guy? Police seek suspect in robbery of TCF Bank

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MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police are asking the public to help identify a suspect wanted in an armed robbery at TCF Bank, 307 N. 76th Street, around 10:30 a.m. on May 6th.

The male suspect went into the bank, approached the teller window, implied he had a weapon, and demanded money from the teller. The suspect took the money and then fled on foot from the scene.

The suspect is described as a black male, 30-40 years-old, 6’ tall, and 250-260 pounds, with a heavy build, medium complexion, and slight mustache. He was last seen wearing a gray winter knit hat, sunglasses with orange lenses, a gray long-sleeved shirt, gray sweatpants, a think silver link chain necklace, and white Nike shoes.

Anyone with information is asked to call Milwaukee Police at 414-935-7360.


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    This man simply needs so e money for food and basic needs. The government needs to start taking care of these people. Republicans and conservatives need to start paying their fair share.

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