PITTSBURGH - Pittsburgh police are looking for a man who reportedly passed a note to a teller at a downtown bank and took off with cash.
He's accused of robbing the bank during peak business hours.
Investigators aren't sure where he went, and they need help finding him.
Pittsburgh police say the man was wearing a gray-hooded sweatshirt, black winter hat and sunglasses when he robbed the NorthWest Bank on Smithfield Street.
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It happened Monday just before 4 p.m.
Police say he casually walked in, handed the teller a note and demanded cash.
The note said he had a gun, but bank workers didn't report actually seeing one. It's unclear how much money the man got away with.
The teller handed over cash, and no workers were hurt.
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