Report: Springfield bank robber wore wig, covered face with scarfs

Police are investigating after a robbery was reported at a Fifth Third Bank location in Springfield Monday morning.

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Officers were called around 10 a.m. Monday to the bank on the 2700 block of North Limestone Street. Officers spoke with a bank employee who said a man walked into the bank disguised.

“(She) stated the suspect entered the business wearing all gray clothing and had what appeared to be a wig on,” a police report says. “She stated he wore sunglasses and had gloves on. She also stated the suspect had his face completely covered with two scarfs.”

The teller said the man demanded money, according to the report.

“She stated he handed her a handwritten note that demanded money,” the report says. “She stated she complied and gave him an undetermined amount of cash. The suspect placed the money in a brown bag and fled on foot from the business.”

No one has been arrested in the case, according to the report.

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