Updated:WEST MIFFLIN, Pa. (AP) (AP)ong> - Police said television viewers have identified a man seen on surveillance video robbing a Pittsburgh-area bank, though police have not been able to find the suspect.
West Mifflin police said the Citizen's Bank inside a Giant Eagle supermarket was robbed early Saturday afternoon. Police released surveillance video from the heist to Pittsburgh-area television stations, which were swamped with calls by people who recognized the suspect as 30-year-old Bryan Keith Rohrbaugh Jr.
According to police, Rohrbaugh handed a teller a threatening note and ran away with an unspecified amount of cash. They said he hopped into a car with two other people inside, which sped away from the scene.
Authorities said they've been unable to find Rohrbaugh since filing charges including robbery and threatening to use a weapon of mass destruction.
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