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Police release photos of Hartford bank robbery suspect

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The following photos of possible suspect were provided by the Hartford Police Department. The following photos of possible suspect were provided by the Hartford Police Department.
The following photos of possible suspect were provided by the Hartford Police Department. The following photos of possible suspect were provided by the Hartford Police Department.
The following photos of possible suspect were provided by the Hartford Police Department. The following photos of possible suspect were provided by the Hartford Police Department.
The following photos of possible suspect were provided by the Hartford Police Department. The following photos of possible suspect were provided by the Hartford Police Department.
HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) -

Police in Hartford are searching for a man who stole thousands of dollars from a bank in the Capital City Friday afternoon.

An unidentified man walked into the Sovereign/Santander Bank, which is located at 115 Asylum St., around 2 p.m.

Police said the man demanded money from a teller and told the employee that he was in possession of a gun.

The man walked out of the bank with $5,200 and headed toward Asylum Street, according to police.

The man, who was missing several teeth, was wearing a black knit hat, a green army fatigued jacket, blue jeans and black foot wear.

Surveillance photos of the suspect were released by police in hopes of someone recognizing the suspect.

The robbery is under investigation by the Hartford Police Major Crimes Unit. No arrests have been made, however police are "pursuing leads."

Anyone with information is urged to call Hartford police at 860-757-4000 or the tip line at 860-722-TIPS (8477). All calls will be kept confidential.

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