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Man at large after robbing Janesville bank

Published On: Feb 16 2013 03:46:48 PM CST   Updated On: Feb 16 2013 11:49:29 PM CST
JANESVILLE, Wis. -

A bank on Milton Avenue was robbed Saturday morning, according to police.

At 9:57 a.m., the Janesville Police Department responded to a report of an armed robbery at U.S. Bank, 2732 Milton Ave.

A white man wearing a black hat, knee-length black winter coat with hood up, a thin gray scarf around his face, dark pants and dark shoes demanded money from the clerk and said he was armed with a firearm, according to the report.

Police said the robber was handed an unverified amount of cash and fled the scene southbound on foot.

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Police are asking anyone with information about the crime to call the Janesville Police Department at 608-755-3100 or Janesville Area Crime Stoppers at 608-756-3636. Text crime tips to 274637 by typing "JACS" before the message.

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