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Deputies seek robber of Wachovia branch in Wesley Chapel

Surveillance photos from Wachovia in Wesley Chapel show the robber on Friday.

Pasco County Sheriff\u2019s Office

Surveillance photos from Wachovia in Wesley Chapel show the robber on Friday.

Deputies seek robber

of Wachovia branch

WESLEY CHAPEL — Deputies continue to search for the man who robbed the Wachovia bank in Wesley Chapel on Friday afternoon.

The man walked into the bank at 5227 County Road 581 shortly after closing at about 5:45 p.m. and slid a note to a teller demanding money, according to the Sheriff's Office. The robber ran away with an undisclosed amount of cash; he never showed a weapon during the incident, deputies said.

Surveillance photos from the bank show a black man with a dark complexion, about 25 to 30 years old and about 6 feet tall. The Sheriff's Office said the man was wearing a navy blue suit jacket, dress pants, black shirt and a dark hat. Anyone with information should call the Pasco County Sheriff's Office toll-free at 1-800-854-2862, ext. 5053.

Deputies seek robber of Wachovia branch in Wesley Chapel 05/18/08 [Last modified: Sunday, May 18, 2008 8:58pm]
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