Police seeking suspect in the robbery of Huntington Bank in Carrick on June 23
Pittsburgh police are looking for this suspect in connection with the robbery of the Huntington Bank in Carrick on Monday, June 23.
Pittsburgh Bureau of Police Robbery Squad is releasing photographs of the black man who robbed the Huntington Bank at 1817 Brownsville Road in Carrick on Monday, June 23.
The black man walked into the Huntington Bank armed with a semi-automatic pistol and demanded cash from two different bank tellers.
The suspect is described as a black male, approx. six feet tall wearing a pink plaid shirt with dark pants. He wore a skeleton mask and a black wig covered with a black hoodie and carried a black ladies purse where he put the cash.
Detectives are also focused on a long black apron and white tennis shoes the suspect wore that appeared to have similar grease marks on both. The entire time the suspect was inside the bank he was talking with someone on a cell phone.
The actor fled to an area near Amanda Street and Concordia Street and then possibly jumped into an awaiting vehicle.
Detectives are asking for information from the public. If anyone has any information that could help solve this robbery they are asked to contact the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police Robbery Squad at 412-323-7151 or simply call 911. Callers can remain anonymous.