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Madison police investigate bank robbery

Published On: Dec 28 2012 07:37:10 PM CST
Updated On: Dec 30 2012 10:46:37 AM CST
Surveillance still Anchor Bank robbery Dec. 28_2

Madison Police Department

A close up from a surveillance image.

MADISON, Wis. -

Madison police said a man robbed the Anchor Bank on Raymond Road Friday.

Police said the man got away with some cash around 2:30 p.m. No weapons were mentioned or shown.

Police released surveillance images of the suspected bank robber.

Police said Saturday that a person of interest has been taken into custody and the investigation is ongoing.

People with information about the robbery should call Madison Area Crime Stoppers at 608-266-6014.

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