Police ask public to help find robber

Police ask public to hel

October 28, 2009 15:37


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Police on Wednesday asked the public for help in catching a man who robbed a Ramat Gan bank on Tuesday, before fleeing on foot. On Tuesday morning, the man walked into a Bank Hapoalim branch on Ben-Gurion Street in Ramat Gan and presented the teller with a note demanding money. Footage of robbery from security cameras: The man was not armed and was not wearing a mask. In the video, which was posted on the Web site and Youtube channel of Israel Police, the man can be seen calmly approaching the teller with a note and walking off moments later with the money. Police have asked for anyone who recognizes the man to contact police immediately.

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