PNC Bank – 191 Granville St, Gahanna, OH – 10/10/2012 – 10:40 am

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Robbery Date/Time: 10/10/2012 10:45 am
Location: PNC Bank
Address: 191 Granville St
City: Gahanna
State: OH
Lead Investigator/Agency: Detective Sherman Buck, Gahanna Police Department
Phone Number: 614-342-4239

On October 10, 2012, at approximately 10:40 a.m., an unknown male (unsub) entered the bank wearing khaki pants, a red jacket, a black hood, a skeleton mask, latex gloves and carrying a knife and plastic bags. Unsub gave a teller two plastic bags, stated “fill it up” then pointed the knife at the teller. The teller put money into the bags, including bait money. The Unsub demanded more money but the teller told the Unsub that she was new and there was no more money. At this time, Unsub fled the bank on foot. Unsub was described at 5″9″ to 5″10″ medium build.

A witness outside the bank observed a white male wearing rubber gloves running through the woods between the bank and Lincoln Circle. As the white male was going through the woods he got “snagged” and picked up some thing that he had dropped. The white male then entered a white four door “cavalier type” car.

Another witness outside the bank observed “someone” (Unsub) wearing a mask walk out of the bank, into the woods and then cross a creek. Unsub, then entered a silver four door car. Unsub at this point was not wearing the mask. Unsub was described as a white male, slim build, mid 30s, black hair and lite facial hair. Unsub then departed the area in the vehicle.

Detective Sherman Buck is the lead investigator for the Gahanna Police Department, 614-342-4239 office number, 614-342-4339 fax, Email –, 460 Rock Fork Boulevard, Gahanna, Ohio 43230 or the FBI, SA Richard Wozniak at 614-224-1183 office number.

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