Fifth Third Bank – 1/25/17 – Marysville

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Robbery Date/Time: 1/25/17 1:13 pm
Location: Fifth Third Bank
Address: 120 W. 5th Street
City: Marysville
State: OH
Zip: 43040
Lead Investigator/Agency: Detective Katie Archer / Marysville PD
Phone Number: 937-645-7300 ext.7311
Email: karcher@marysvilleohio.org
Description:

On January 25, at approximately 1:13PM, the Marysville Division of Police received a report of bank robbery at 5/3 Bank, located at 120 W. 5th Street. According to witnesses, a male walked into the bank and approached a teller. The suspect is described as a white male, heavy-set build, with a brown goatee. He was wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans and a brown and orange striped winter hat. Afterwards the suspect fled the scene in a vehicle. The suspect vehicle is described as a 2007 gray or silver Pontiac G6, possibly with a dealer tag and Bobby Layman license plate holder and a Bobby Layman advertisement plate on the front of the vehicle. The incident is under investigation by the Marysville Division of Police. Update – The robber has been identified as Scott M. Hiles.

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