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NCPD Looking for Attempted Bank Robber

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A Valley Stream bank was held up at the end of December.

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Valley Stream, NY - January 7, 2013 - TIME & PLACE OF OCCURRENCE: Saturday, December 28, 2013 at 11:45 AM at Dime Savings Bank located at 175 West Merrick Rd., Valley Stream

SUSPECT: Male Black, 30 years old, 5’10”-6’0” tall, dark complexion, stocky build, dark colored jacket with large orange and white stripes, black hoodie, black Baltimore Orioles’ baseball cap, and blue jeans.
 
VEHICLE: None seen
 
FURTHER DETAILS: Subject entered place of occurrence, approached teller and presented a robbery demand note. The subject fled from scene, on foot, Northbound from the bank, without any proceeds. For further information contact the Nassau County Police Department Robbery Squad at  516-573-8040. 
 
Authority: Detective Sergeant John Giambrone, refer to Robbery Squad Number 1030-13.