First National Bank – 9/08/2011 – McConnelsville

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Robbery Date/Time: 9/08/2011 9:47 am
Location: First National Bank of McConnelsville
Address: 107 West Main Street
City: Junction City
State: OH
Zip: 43748
Lead Investigator/Agency: Special Agent Janel McBain - FBI Athens
Phone Number: 740-593-6473

On Thursday, September 08, 2011, at approximately 9:47 am, a man wearing a long, black wig entered the First National Bank of McConnelsville, located at 107 West Main Street, Junction City, Ohio, and handed a teller a note stating that he was robbing the bank and wanted money.  Although no weapon was actually observed, the robber was seen putting his hands at his waist as though he had a gun.  The teller complied and gave the man cash from her drawer.  The robber took off out of the bank and was last observed fleeing the area on foot.  The robber was described as a white male, approximately 20’s-30’s of age, 5’11”, thin build, wearing a white baseball cap with dark writing or logo on the front of the cap, sunglasses, long, black wig, red OSU sweatshirt, clear food server-type gloves, and blue jeans.

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