Suspect flees Phoenix bank when teller can't produce amount demanded

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By Natalie Rivers By Natalie Rivers
By Natalie Rivers By Natalie Rivers
By Natalie Rivers By Natalie Rivers
By Natalie Rivers By Natalie Rivers

PHOENIX - Phoenix police are looking for a bank robbery suspect who fled a Phoenix bank after a teller couldn't meet his demands.

The suspect attempted to rob a Bank of American branch near 54th Avenue and Indian School Road.

The suspect is a black male 35-40 years old, 5'7'' and 250 pounds.

He was seen wearing a black baseball cap with a Diamondbacks logo, black do-rag, maroon polo shirt with yellow lettering and a logo on front, beige shorts and white tennis shoes.

Police are also looking for the getaway driver who is also described as a black male.

The pair reportedly fled in a white Chevy Cavalier station wagon.

The suspect did display a semi-automatic handgun concealed inside a notebook at the time of verbally demanding an unknown certain amount of money.

According to police when the teller showed the suspect didn't have enough in his cash drawer the suspect walked out of the bank.