CHARLOTTE, NC - Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a suspect involved in a Wells Fargo Bank robbery.
Police say on Friday around 9:00 a.m. the suspect entered the bank on N. Tryon Street and gave the the bank teller a note stating that it was a robbery. The note also said he had a weapon, according to police.
Robbery at Wells Fargo Bank on N Tryon Street pic.twitter.com/ZzqU8ORPdL— Madelyn Hastings (@MaddyFox46) August 26, 2016
Once the suspect received the money he left and headed towards Sugar Creek Road.
The suspect is described as in 40's, 6'1," and thin. He was last seen wearing a yellow construction vest, white hard hat, jeans and black tennis shoes.
If anyone has additional information concerning this case, please contact Crime Stoppers at 704-336-1600.