Authorities Searching For Suspect Who Robbed Bank of America: FBI

Suspect demanded money from a bank employee, no one was hurt, officials said

Saturday, Jun 9, 2012  |  Updated 7:24 PM EDT
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Authorities are searching for a suspect who robbed a Bank of America in southwest Miami-Dade Saturday morning.

The robber entered the bank around 9:15 a.m. Saturday, demanding money from a bank employee, the FBI said.

Though no one was injured, money was taken from the bank, officials said. The amount taken has not yet been released.

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The FBI said the suspect fled on foot from the bank located at 2195 SW 8th Street.

The FBI is circulating a photo of the robber and ask anyone with information to call (305) 944-9101.

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