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FBI Releases Photo in Salem Bank RobberySalem-News.com
Witnesses describe the suspect as a white male in his 50's.
(PORTLAND, Ore.) - The FBI is releasing a clear photo of the man they say is responsible for a bank robbery at the Marion and Polk County Schools Credit Union on Friday, June 8th
FBI Spokesperson Beth Anne Steele says investigators are hoping that someone will recognize him and call with information.
The robbery, which took place at 476 Glen Creek Road NW in Salem, happened at about 5:50 PM.
Agents say the man walked into the bank, started a conversation with a teller and then demanded cash.
The alleged bank robber left the bank and may have fled the scene in a late model black Firebird or Camaro with after-market chrome spoke wheels.
Witnesses describe the suspect as a white male in his 50's, six-feet tall, 200 pounds, with short gray hair. He is also described as unshaven.
His clothing was a dark colored tank top, cargo shorts and a tan baseball cap. He also reportedly has a tattoo of a dragon on his upper right arm and wolf with a dream catcher on his upper left arm, according to Steele.
Anyone who has information should contact the FBI in Salem (503) 362-6601 during normal business hours or the Portland FBI 24-hours a day at (503) 224‑4181.
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