PORTLAND — Police are searching for a white male suspect after the Bank of America branch at One City Center was robbed Thursday morning.

Police Lt. Robert Martin said the suspect entered the bank shortly after 11 a.m. and handed a note demanding cash to a teller. There were other customers and employees in the bank at the time.

Martin said the suspect was given an undetermined amount of cash and fled the bank into Monument Square.

The bank was closed as police and the FBI  remained on scene investigating the robbery through the early afternoon. No injuries were reported in the robbery.

Martin said the suspect was in his 20s or 30s, with a medium build. He was wearing an olive drab knit cap, sunglasses, and tan zippered jacket with a large, black-lined collar, and a long gray scarf.

Anyone with information about the robbery is asked to call 874-8575. Anonymous tips can also be made at portland-police.com by clicking “Submit an Anonymous Crime Tip,” or by text at 274637 using the keyword GOTCHA.

Police and the FBI investigate a Jan. 3 robbery at the Bank of America branch in One City Center.

 Courtesy Portland Police

Portland Police say this man is suspected of robbing the Bank of America branch at One City Center on Jan. 3.


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