Columbus, CAPTURED! 04-08-13 Bank Robbery 139 S. High St Huntington

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Robbery Date/Time: 4-8-2013 3:20pm
Location: Huntington
Address: 139 S. High St
City: Columbus, Oh
Lead Investigator/Agency: Det. Philip Thomas #722
Phone Number: 614-645-4665

Leaving Counter  Captured Allen Hanuscak!   He has been linked to 4 other robberies as well and was planning a 6th.  The suspect was arrested at his residence without incident by CPD SWAT on 4-9-2013.               On 04-08-13, at approximately 3:20PM, a male suspect entered the Huntington Bank at 139 S. High St. and  demanded money.  No weapons were seen.  The teller complied with his demands, relinquishing an undisclosed amount of money.  The suspect left on foot and disappeared into Columbus Commons Park.  No injuries were reported.  The suspect is described as M/W/45-50’s, grey hair and glasses.  He was wearing a blue denim, long sleeved shirt, blue jeans and a black baseball cap.  This suspect is thought to be responsible for several recent bank robberies in the area.  Columbus Police encourage anyone with information, regarding this robbery.

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