Fort Saskatchewan RCMP are looking for a suspect after an armed robbery at a Lamont bank.

RCMP responded to the ATB branch shortly after 11 a.m. on Friday (Jun.8).
 
Police report a man entered the bank and displayed a gun before demanding money. The suspect fled the scene shortly after with an unknown amount of cash, escaping on foot to through an alley to a nearby vehicle.
 
No shots were fired in the incident and no one was injured.
 
“There were minimal customers in the branch at the time,” RCMP said in a release.
 
The man is described as 6’0’’ and about 185 pounds. He was wearing dark clothing and a facial covering, along with light-coloured work gloves with a yellow stripe. He was also carrying a duffel bag with white letters on it.
 
Police believe the suspect fled in a light-coloured grey or silver minivan.
 
The Fort Saskatchewan RCMP are looking for the public’s help in identifying the suspect or the getaway vehicle. Anyone with information can call police or Crime Stoppers.

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