Employee Robbed While Making Night Deposit At Roseville Bank

ROSEVILLE (WWJ) – Police say an employee of a St. Clair Shores business was robbed while making a night deposit at a Comerica Bank in Roseville.

According to police, the employee was attempting to make a deposit around 7:40 p.m. last Saturday when they were approached by the suspect, who lifted his shirt and displayed a hand gun. Police say the suspect ordered the victim to the ground and took a bank bag with cash in it.

The employee, who was not injured, told police the suspect made a statement during the robbery about his daughter being sick.

The suspect, who was last seen on foot west bound from the area of 10 Mile and Collingwood, is described as a 20- to 25-year-old white male with a thin build a no facial hair. At the time of the robbery, the suspect was wearing a navy blue shirt with black pants that had a large horse shoe design on the back pockets, blue and black Air Max type shoes and an orange winter-type hat.

An investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information is asked to call the Roseville Police at 586-775-2100.

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This photo from the inside of the bank shows the suspect walking away after the robbery. (Courtesy: Roseville Police Department)


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