Guthrie County Sheriff’s Office Looking for Help with Possible Vehicle Involved in Casey Bank Robbery
The Guthrie County Sheriff’s office has released additional information in an ongoing investigation into a bank robbery in Casey.
Sheriff Marty Arganbright says they are looking for a white Chevrolet Silverado extended cab truck between model years of 1998 to 2000. Arganbright says the vehicle was seen in front of the Rolling Hills Bank in Casey at the time of the robbery on July 21st. The truck also has lettering on the passenger rear side window. Arganbright believes the lettering to be advertisement for a business.
The Rolling Hills Bank in Casey was robbed around 8:15am on July 21st. A man was seen from video surveillance to have walked inside the bank and demanded money to be put inside his single plastic grocery store-style bag. No weapon was used in the incident and no one was hurt. The suspect walked out of the bank and headed east on foot.
The suspect is a white male, about 5’8” to 6’0” in height and weighs about 150-pounds. He wore a camouflage hoodie with the hood up, regular glasses on his face and a bandana mask covering the lower half of his face.
If anyone has information on the whereabouts of the described vehicle or suspect, call the Guthrie County Sheriff’s office at 641-747-2214.
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