Biloxi Police are searching for a man who robbed Keesler Federal Credit union Monday afternoon. Police say around 2pm, a man walked into the credit union's main branch on Pass Road, waited in line and then gave the teller a note demanding money.
The security camera snapped a photo of the robber at the teller's window. He's white, and in his late 20s to early 30s. He was wearing blue jeans, a white polo shirt and a black double breated jacket, dark baseball cap with an "A" on the front.
Police warn he may be armed, and should be considered dangerous.
The robber got away in a light blue or silver Buick LeSabre with a Mississippi tag "587 HZA." The vehicle was reported stolen.
Police say the man is also possibly accompanied by a white female, 45-50 years of age, with long, wavy, blond or salt & pepper hair, green eyes, wearing a pink v-neck sweater and blue jeans.