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Deputies seek bank robber

East Lake

Deputies seek help identifying bank robber

The Pinellas County Sheriff's Office has released this photo of a man who robbed the Anderen Bank in Eastlake Woodlands Plaza on Tuesday afternoon in hopes someone will identify him. The robber is 35 to 40 years old with a medium to tan complexion and medium build. He has a noticeable belly and bad teeth. He was wearing a denim blue shirt, gray athletic shorts and a ball cap with the words Clearwater, Florida, on it. The robbery occurred just before 4 p.m., deputies said. After brandishing a weapon, the man ran away with an undisclosed amount of cash. Anyone with information is asked to call Detective Jeremy Lewis at (727) 582-6200 or Crime Stoppers toll-free at 1-800 873-TIPS (8477).

PALM HARBOR

Tour sanctuary from your home

The Suncoast Primate Sanctuary has reopened to the public. For a video tour by Times photographer Joseph Garnett Jr., go to links. tampabay.com.

CLEARWATER

Parking garage topic to continue

Tonight the City Council will continue discussing a public parking garage to be built on south Clearwater Beach. Members are considering a few different locations. One potential site is along Beach Walk just south of the Hyatt Aqualea condo-hotel, while another is a couple of blocks from the beach on Fifth Street between Hamden and Coronado drives. The meeting starts at 6 p.m. in council chambers at City Hall, 112 S Osceola Ave.

CLEARWATER

Benefit a success, organizer says

A benefit to raise money for art and music scholarships in the name of an art teacher killed last year in a crash was a success, the organizer says. "It was very uplifting," said Rosemary Nolletti, whose daughter, Jennifer Nolletti, 26, died in October. Rosemary Nolletti said it will be a week or so before final figures are in from the silent auction and expenses for the event, which included a concert and a day of children's art activities Sunday at Ruth Eckerd Hall. Jennifer Nolletti was an art teacher at South Ward, Belcher and Ponce de Leon elementary schools.

In Sports

A look at the heated football rivalry that is East Lake and Tarpon Springs, one of the best in the county. 9C

Pinellas deaths

Baktis, Margaret "Peggy"

Balko, Dr. Alexander Sr.

Clark, Myles J.

Daneault, Robert A.

Edelson, Lillian F.

Feder, Herbert P. Jr.

Figley, Joseph H. Jr.

Galay, Mary

Girg, Jerome J.

Harlow, Mike

Hazenbush, Robert Shultis

Hevalow, Thomas C.

Holton, Richard

Isaac, Audrey Vivian

Kettell, Charles Allan Sr.

Lanning, Barbara S.

Mason, Julia H.

Osborne, Robert Dale II

Phillips, John Francis

Ross, David Cameron

Santoro, John C.

Spatzer, Donald

Vaughn, Catherine "Kay"

Vigneault, Gloria T.

This list is from detailed obituaries published in Section B.

Deputies seek bank robber 09/17/08 [Last modified: Friday, September 19, 2008 8:21pm]
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