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UPDATE: Coralville US Bank robbed

CORALVILLE (KWWL) -- Police have released surveillance photos of the man they say, robbed a Coralville bank.

Police were called to the U.S. Bank on 10th Avenue just before 5 p.m. Monday.

Officials say a lone robber entered the bank, and handed a teller a note demanding cash. After getting the money, police say the man walked out the main entrance of the bank. He's described as white male, with a thin build. He had long brown hair tied in a ponytail, a mustache/goatee, and a tattoo on his right bicep. He was wearing a red baseball camp, and was carrying a small black bag or fanny-pack.

No one was injured.  Anyone with information is asked to call the Coralville Police Department at (319) 248-1800 or Iowa City Area Crimestoppers at (319) 358-8477.

 

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