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Sheriff's Office Releases Photos in Salem Bank RobberySalem-News.com
The vehicle may have been seen in the South Salem area.
(SALEM, Ore.) - The Marion County Sheriff's Office and the FBI say they are continuing their investigation into the Robbery of Key Bank that occurred on 10-14-09.
"Investigators have received additional information and photos regarding the suspect vehicle."
"It is a Mercury Grand Marquis, possibly a 1998-2002 model, silver in color and has tinted windows," Lieutenant Sheila Lorance with the Marion County Sheriff's Office said.
She says this vehicle may have been seen in the South Salem area and if anyone has information regarding this vehicle or the suspect please contact the Marion County Sheriff's Office at (503) 540-8007 or the FBI tip line at (503) 362-6601.
Lorance says deputies were dispatched to the scene of the robbery on 10-14-09 at 3:01 p.m. The location was the Key Bank at 750 Lancaster Drive NE.
Lorance said, "The suspect fled on foot and witnesses said he got into a compact vehicle, possibly a 4-door, with tinted windows and the license plate covered. He then drove east toward Concord Street."
The suspect is described as a white male, between 55-60, 5'8, thin build, brown hair, wearing a dark colored baseball cap, gray shirt, gray zippered hoodie and blue jeans.
If you have any information about the suspect you are asked to call the Marion County Sheriff's Office at (503) 540-8007 or the FBI tip line at (503) 362-6601.
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