MANCHESTER — Police have issued an arrest warrant for a man suspected in a bank robbery Friday morning at the Camden National Bank branch at the intersection of Western Avenue and Pond Road in Manchester.

A bank employee told police that a man had approached a teller at 11:30 a.m., said he had a gun and left with an undisclosed amount of money, Kennebec County Sheriff Ryan Reardon said. No one was injured.

Police identified Clinton Richard Damboise, 40, of Belgrade, as a suspect in the case, Reardon said in a statement Friday afternoon. They have issued a warrant for Damboise’s arrest on charges of felony theft and robbery.

Bank employees described the suspect as being in his 40s and 6 feet 3 inches tall with a scruffy beard. He was reported to be wearing dark clothing, a baseball cap and a light brown Carhartt-style jacket with a band around the waist.

He left the bank on foot heading toward a nearby karate studio, bank employees reported to police, but it was not clear whether he had a vehicle.

Reardon said Damboise is just over 6 feet tall, weighs 230 pounds and has brown hair and brown eyes.

Damboise goes to Connecticut frequently, Reardon said. He advised anyone who sees Damboise to contact police and not approach him.

A nearby elementary school was locked down after the robbery but had returned to normal security by 1 p.m.

Maine State Police and the Kennebec County Sheriff’s Office are investigating.