FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PITTSBURGH, PA – A lone gunman, armed with a black and silver semi-automatic weapon, robbed Huntington Bank, 1817 Brownsville Road in Carrick, Monday, June 23 at approximately 1 p.m.
The male actor escaped with an undetermined amount of cash, dropping some money on the street as he fled. Additionally, a dye pack exploded as he fled. Both the dye pack money and other money scattered on the street were recovered.
During the robbery, the actor was communicating with someone on a cell phone. Investigators believe it may have been the get-a-way driver.
The actor fled to an area near Amanda and Concordia streets then possibly jumped into an awaiting vehicle.
The actor is believed to be a black male, approximately 6 feet tall. He was wearing a pink plaid shirt with what appeared to be pink and white pajama-like pants. A long black apron with grease marks on it covered the pants. His white tennis shoes were also stained with grease. The actor wore a skeleton mask and a black wig covered with a black hoodie. He stuffed the money in black purse.
Anyone with information regarding this crime should call the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police Robbery Squad at 412-323-7151 or 911. Callers can remain anonymous.
For photos of the actor, follow the "View Photo Album" link.
Monday, June 23, 2014
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