Suspect Robbed Fort Lauderdale Bank of America: FBI

He robbed the bank just after noon on Monday, the agency said

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    This man demanded money from a bank employee, the FBI said.

    A robber struck a Fort Lauderdale Bank of America on Monday just after noon, taking an undisclosed amount of money, the FBI said.

    The suspect entered the branch at 888 NW 62nd St. at about 12:05 p.m. and demanded money from a bank employee, the FBI said in a statement.

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    The suspect wore black sunglasses, a white shirt and blue jeans, photos released by the FBI show.

    The agency asks anyone with information on the identity of the bank robber to call it at 305-944-9101 or to call Crime Stoppers.

    Below: The scene at the bank after the robbery.

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