Bank robbery reported in the Heights | Arkansas Blog

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Bank robbery reported in the Heights

Posted By on Thu, Sep 11, 2014 at 2:33 PM

The LRPD said it was responding to a bank robbery at the Summit Bank (now Bank of the Ozarks) branch at 1800 N. Taylor Street in the Heights.

SURVEILLANCE PHOTO: At branch bank during robbery.
  • SURVEILLANCE PHOTO: At branch bank during robbery.
UPDATE from Lt. Sidney Allen:

The suspect first went to the One Banc located at 8000 Cantrell and attempted to gain entry but was unsuccessful. He then came to the Summit Bank at 1800 N Taylor dressed in a black shirt and wearing a wig. He displayed a note and implied he had a weapon. The teller complied with the instructions and the suspect fled on foot. Photos will be released momentarily

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