Huntington Bank – 1/30/19 – Columbus

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Robbery Date/Time: 1/30/19 3:00 pm
Location: Huntington Bank
Address: 1928 N. High Street
City: Columbus
State: OH
Zip: 43201
Lead Investigator/Agency: Det. Rob Polta / Columbus PD
Phone Number: 614-645-4665

On January 30, 2019, at 3:00 pm, two unknown suspects entered the Huntington Bank at 1928 N. High Street. Suspect #1 approached the teller and demanded the teller to give the suspect all the money from the drawer. The teller complied and the suspect took the money and exited the front door of the bank with suspect #2. The suspects fled on foot eastbound on E. 17th Avenue from the bank location. The first suspect was described as a male black, 40-50 years old, light complexion, 6′ to 6’2″, 180-200 lbs., grey stubbled goatee, black winter cap, grey hoodie, black leather jacket, blue jeans, and black tennis shoes with white sole bottoms. The second suspect was described as a male black, 40-50 years old, light complexion, 6′ to 6’2″, 180-200 lbs., thin black goatee, black baseball cap, black shirt, black leather coat, khaki pants, and black Nike tennis shoes with white sole bottoms.

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