FBI seeks help identifying Cranberry bank robber |

FBI seeks help identifying Cranberry bank robber

Chuck Biedka

Authorities are seeking help identifying a man who they say robbed a PNC Bank branch along Route 19 in Cranberry on Wednesday.

The robbery happened about 10:20 a.m. at 20940 Route 19.

A man demanded money from a teller and left the bank on foot. He was last seen running through a wooded area behind the bank.

No weapon was displayed and no one was injured, according to the FBI office in Pittsburgh.

The robber is described as white, in his early 30s and between 5 feet, 7 inches and 5 feet, 10 inches tall.

He was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, sunglasses and a white bandanna or T-shirt on his face.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the FBI at 412- 432-4000. Callers can remain anonymous.

Chuck Biedka is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Chuck at 724-226-4711, [email protected] or via Twitter @ChuckBiedka.

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