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Police release surveillance photos from Biloxi bank robbery

If you know this man, or have any information that could help track him down, call the Biloxi Police Department at (228) 392-0641. If you know this man, or have any information that could help track him down, call the Biloxi Police Department at (228) 392-0641.
(Surveillance photo source: Biloxi Police Dept.) (Surveillance photo source: Biloxi Police Dept.)
BILOXI, MS (WLOX) -

Biloxi Police have released pictures of the man they believe robbed the Wells Fargo Bank on Howard Avenue. It happened just after 9am Friday morning.

Investigators said the man gave the bank teller a note demanding money. He implied he had a weapon, but no one actually saw one. The robber was able to get an undisclosed amount of money, then left in a red compact sedan with all black wheels.

Police are hoping someone will recognize the man shown in these surveillance photos from inside the bank.

If you think you know it is, or have any information that could help track him down, call the Biloxi Police Department at (228) 392-0641, the Criminal Investigations Division at (228) 435-6112, or Crime Stoppers at 1-877-787-5898. You can also text "CSTIP" plus your tip to 274637 (CRIMES) or give a tip online at mscoastcrimestoppers.com.

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