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Police Say McAdoo Bank Robber Stole $2,100

No ID given on the bank robbery suspect

New information has been released on the bank robbery in McAdoo on thursday morning.

According to State Police-Frackville, the bank robbery happened at about 10:45 a.m. at the First National Bank location on N. Kennedy Drive in McAdoo. 

At that time, an unknown white man walked into bank and handed a teller a note. The note made it clear that he was robbing the bank and it demanded money.

The suspected bank robber was waring a pine flannel or plaid jacket, sunglasses, and a gray or white baseball cap. An earlier report indicated the bank thief wore a fake beard.

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Police now say that the bank robber got away with $2,100 before fleeing the scene. He went out of the bank and fled on foot, first east on E. 4th St. and then south on N. Cleveland St. in McAdoo.

An earlier report from State Police say the bank robber got away in a Toyota Camry.

Police are once again asking for anyone with information on this case to call the Frackville barracks and Tpr. Nicholas Reese at 570-874-5300. 

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