Police Release Surveillance Photo of Bank Robbery Suspect
Milton Police are still looking for a man who allegedly robbed the Sovereign Bank Monday afternoon.
The Milton Police Department continues to investigate a robbery at the Sovereign Bank, 561 Adams St., that occurred Monday, September 27, at 2:41 p.m.
According to Deputy Chief Charles Paris, a white male, in his mid-20's, approximately 5'7" 170 lbs. with light facial hair entered the bank. The suspect, who was wearing an oversized red or maroon Boston Red Sox hoodie with the hood up and blue jeans, spoke to the teller. According to witnesses, the subject said, "Give me all your money and no dye packs."
The suspect also presented a note that said, "This is a robbery. All large bills. No dye packs."
The subject did not show a weapon, but acted as though he had one concealed in his sweatshirt.
After receiving an undisclosed amount of cash, the suspect fled on foot down Franklin Street. Paris said he believes a dye pack blew up on the subject as he fled down Franklin Street. An initial search of the area yielded no one.
Paris said detectives continue to search for the subject. The subject was caught briefly on the surveillance cameras, but Paris said the footage is, "nothing too great."
Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Ronald Purcell at 617-898-4809.