Police looking for suspect in Hartford bank robbery

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HARTFORD, Conn (WTNH) – Police are investigating a bank robbery at Bank of America on Asylum Street on Wednesday afternoon.

Police responded to the location around 1:41 pm after an activation alarm went off. According to police, the teller said the suspect handed a note that stated “This is a robber give me money.”

The teller gave the suspect money. Then he left. Police are looking over video surveillance for evidence. Police say $1,092 was stolen from the bank. No arrests have been made at this time.

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