Gahanna Police Ask Public To Help Identify Bank Robbery Suspect
GAHANNA, Ohio – Gahanna Police are asking for the public’s help identifying a bank robbery suspect.
On Wednesday, October 10, 2012, at approximately 10:45 a.m., a suspect wearing a silver skeleton Halloween costume mask with black fabric entered the PNC Bank located at 191 Granville Street and demanded money. The suspect had a large kitchen knife. Witnesses say that he was no more than six feet tall and had a slim to medium build. He was reported wearing an orange sweatshirt, khaki pants and black shoes or boots covered in mud. Witnesses also reported that he may also be wearing a gray sweater or sweatshirt. The suspect was seen fleeing the scene in a silver or white four-door Kia with damage to the front driver-side bumper. According to witnesses, the vehicle is said to have no front license plate, although there is an Ohio plate on the rear end of the car.
There were no injuries during the robbery.
The City of Gahanna Division of Police is asking the public for help identifying the suspect in this case. Gahanna Police are investigating, and no additional information is available at this time.
Anyone with information about the suspect or the robbery is asked to please contact the Gahanna Police Department at 614-342-4240.
Callers may remain anonymous.