The Turlock Police Department has reported that the suspect who robbed the F&M Bank Downtown on Tuesday morning was not armed, but did flee with an undisclosed amount of money.
Additionally, police have released an updated description of the suspect, who remains at-large.
Officers responded to the F&M Bank, located at 121 S. Center St., at approximately 9:31 a.m. on the report of a robbery.
According to Turlock police spokesperson Officer Mayra Lewis, an adult male walked into the bank wearing a beanie with a visor and a turtleneck covering a portion of his face and demanded everyone get on the floor.
He announced that it was a robbery, said Lewis, and proceeded to take money from the registers in the bank. The suspect was not armed, said Lewis.
The unknown suspect was able to flee with an undisclosed amount of money.
Police have updated the description of the suspect as a male standing approximately 6 feet tall and weighing approximately 180 pounds.
He was seen wearing light blue pants that resemble hospital scrubs, a black shirt over a long-sleeved turtleneck and a black beanie with a visor. The beanie and turtleneck covered the face of the suspect. Additionally, he was wearing blue medical gloves and white shoes.
A photo of the suspect is not available at this time, but the Turlock Police Department will be releasing one soon.
The suspect was last seen traveling westbound on Marshall Street from Thor Street in a blue newer model four-door car — possibly a Toyota Camry.
Anyone with information of the identity of the suspect or the robbery is asked to call Detective Jason Tosta at 209-668-5550 ext. 6624.