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Police ask for help on bank heist suspect and vehicle

STAFF REPORTS
Published on Thursday, February 4, 2021

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Greenville County Sheriff's Office investigators are asking for the public's help locating a white Chevrolet Cavalier with a broken, driver’s-side turn signal. The vehicle was reportedly used in a bank robbery on Wade Hampton Blvd.
 
 

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Greenville County Sheriff's Office investigators are asking for the public's help locating a white Chevrolet Cavalier with a broken, driver’s-side turn signal. The vehicle was reportedly used in a bank robbery on Wade Hampton Blvd.

 

 



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Another view of a a white Chevrolet Cavalier reportedly used in a bank robbery last Friday.
 

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Another view of a a white Chevrolet Cavalier reportedly used in a bank robbery last Friday.

 



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The suspect being sought in last Friday's bank heist at BB&T on Wade Hampton Blvd.
 

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The suspect being sought in last Friday's bank heist at BB&T on Wade Hampton Blvd.

 

Investigators with the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office are seeking the public’s help with information about the suspect and vehicle pertaining to a bank robbery last Friday at the BB&T, located at 3255 Wade Hampton Blvd. 

The vehicle is described as a white Chevrolet Cavalier with a broken, driver’s-side turn signal. See the pictured vehicle that was used during the robbery, according to the GCSO.

Anyone with information regarding this case should contact Investigator Lee at 864-467-5384 or Crime Stoppers of Greenville at 232-7463.

The initial 911 call came in at around 1:15 p.m. last Friday after employees stated that a male subject entered BB&T and presented a note demanding cash, according to Lieutenant Ryan Flood of the GCSO.

Flood reported witnesses initially provided deputies a description of the suspect and the vehicle he got into. Deputies subsequently stopped that vehicle matching the description, however after further investigation, investigators determined that person was not involved, according to Flood.

No injuries were reported from the incident and the suspect fled the bank without any money, according to Flood.

 

 

 

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