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Chandler bank robbed in broad daylight, perpetrator still on the loose

CHANDLER, AZ (CBS5) -

A Chandler Bank of America was robbed in broad daylight Monday and the perpetrator is still on the loose, according to the Phoenix Division of the FBI.

On Monday afternoon a man entered the Bank of America in Chandler at 2998 North Alma School Road, approached the teller counter and handed out a note demanding money. The man was given an undisclosed amount of cash and subsequently fled the scene.

At this point the suspect is still on the loose. He is described as a black male in his mid 20s, between 5' 10" to 6' 10" and approximately 180 lbs.

Anyone with information can contact the FBI at 623-466-1999.

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