Huntington National Bank – 1436 West Mound St, CAPTURED 10/15/2012

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Robbery Date/Time: 10/15/2012 10:45 am
Location: 1436 West Mound Street
City: Columbus
State: OH
Lead Investigator/Agency: Detective Jason Wood, Columbus Police Department
Phone Number: 614-645-2559

On October 15, 2012, at 10:45 a.m., a white male (Unsub) entered the bank and handed the teller a note demanding money.  The teller gave Unsub an undisclosed amount of money which included a dye packet and bait money.  After receiving the money and taking the demand note, Unsub fled the bank on foot. 

The dye packet exploded once the Unsub left the bank.  The dye packet and the note used by the Unsub was recovered outside the bank.

Unsub description: White male, late 20s, 5’6″ to 5’4″, medium build, short brown hair and beard, wearing a Chicago Bears blue sweatshirt.

CPD Detectibve Jason E. Woods is the lead investigator at CPD. Contact Information: 614-645-2559 and 614-645-3908 fax or SA Richard Wozniak of the FBI at 614-224-1183 or

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