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Newquay Robbery Picture Of Suspect
A man has walked out of a bank in Cornwall with a quantity of cash. It's after he robbed the Newquay branch of Nat West by walking up to the cashier till and demanding money.
He ran up an alleyway at the side of Peacocks towards Manor Road.
It happened about 1700 hours on Tuesday 25th June 2012 at The Nat West Bank, 13 Bank Street, Newquay.
After being handed a quantity of cash the male walked back out of the premises and onto Bank Street.
The male is described as a white male, spotty complexion, 5 foot 8 tall, medium build aged 20 -30.
At the time he was wearing a dark coloured jacket, with a white motif on the left chest area, dark coloured trousers, dark coloured trainers with white stripes on the side and a beige coloured baseball cap.
The male was carrying a 2 handled squared woven bag with green writing on.
Police have released an early image of this male and are requesting any information from the public that may identify this person, or wish to hear from anyone who saw a male matching this description in the area at that time.
Anyone with information are asked to contact the police by calling 101, quoting Log 573 of 25/06/2013 .
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