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BARRY COUNTY, MI — Police are asking for the public’s help to identify a man suspected of robbing the Chemical Bank in Middleville.
The theft happened about 3:40 p.m. Thursday, Feb. eight the time a man got in the bank, 303 Arlington St., & passed a note to a teller which requested money, Barry province sheriff’s deputies said.
The man left the bank by an undisclosed amount of cash.
Thormapple-Kellogg Schools were placed on lockdown as police searched for the suspect.
Anyone by data about the theft Information Systems asked to dial the Barry province Sheriff’s Office at 269-948-4801 or Barry province Central Dispatch at 269-948-4800.
Suspect sought after bank theft puts schools on lockdown
MIDDLEVILLE, MICH. – Schools in Middleville were placed on lockdown Thursday, Feb. eight after a bank theft in the area.
The sheriff’s section told a white man got in the bank & passed a note to the teller requesting money.
The suspicious was final seen in the ambit of Arlington St. & Sherman St., on foot, wearing a camouflage coat, blue jeans & a hunter orange stocking cap.
Deputies told the Thornapple Kellogg Schools were put on lockdown however the lockdown was shortly raised & students were allowed to go home.
Anyone by data about the crime Information Systems asked to dial the sheriff’s section at 269-948-4801 or dispatch at 269-948-4800.
Suspect sought in Middleville bank theft which prompted school lockdown
as mentioned in MIDDLEVILLE, Mich. — Police are searching for a man that they tell robbed the Chemical Bank in Middleville Thursday.
The Barry province Sheriff’s Office tells a man got in the bank at 303 Arlington St. at about 3:39 p.m. & passed a note to a teller requesting money.
He was wearing a camouflage coat, blue jeans & a hunter orange cap at while of the robbery.
Thornapple Kellogg schools were placed on lockdown as a precaution after the robbery.
Anyone by data on this status Information Systems asked to dial the sheriff’s office at 269-948-4801 or the dispatch center at 269-948-4800.