Huntington Bank – 2/15/14 – Lewis Center

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Robbery Date/Time: 2/15/14 10:40 am
Location: Huntington Bank
Address: 8671 Owenfield Dr
City: Lewis Center
State: OH
Zip: 43065
Lead Investigator/Agency: Detective Chuck Gannon / Delaware County Sheriff's Office
Phone Number: (740) 833-2891
Email: htrombitas@columbus.rr.com
Description:

On 2/15/14, at 1040 hours, the Huntington Bank located at 8671 Owenfield Dr. in Lewis Center, Ohio was robbed by a white male described as approximately 5’10 in height, 185 lbs, wearing a dark blue hoodie and dark grey jeans or possibly sweat pants. The teller stated that he was clean shaven and possibly has acne scars on his cheeks. He wore black gloves and presented a note to the teller demanding money with no dye packs. After receiving money, the unidentified subject fled to the Chipotle business next door where he was observed entering the right rear passengers side of a late 90’s / early 2000’s Honda Accord 4 door white in color. When leaving the scene, the direction of travel of the suspect vehicle is unknown. Please contact Detective Chuck Gannon at (740) 833-2891 with any information regarding the robbery that you might have.  The robber has been identified as Scott Delano Thomas.  The get-away driver has been identified as Trintan Moore.

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