WESTFIELD, Ind. (WISH) - Police in Westfield have released a composite/sketch of a suspect of interest in connection to a bank robbery at the end of August.
Officers were called to the Community Bank, located at 144 W. Main St. in Westfield, shortly after 8:30 a.m. on August 31.
The suspect entered the bank, implied a handgun, and demanded money, police say. He then fled the bank on foot with an unknown amount of money. Witnesses say he then got into an older, white mini-van and left the area.
The suspect is described as a black male, between 20 and 30 years old, wearing dark pants and a dark shirt. Police say his face was covered by a white bandana or pillow case.
The sketch attached to this story is a subject of interest, seen in the area of the 100 block N. Union St near the trail to Asa Bales Park at approximately 8 a.m. that same day. He was accompanied by another male, police say.
He was described as a black male, with dark complexion, clean shaven and approximately 30 - -35 years old. The suspect is approximately 6’01” and 200 pounds, with an athletic build. He was seen wearing a black bandana, a black t-shirt, black basketball type shorts, black socks and shoes.
The Westfield Police is asking anyone with information to contact them at 317-773-1300, 317-804-3200, or 317-896-5236.
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