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FirstBank Southwest robbery

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Amarillo, TX - Police are investigating a bank robbery in southwest Amarillo.

A man entered the FirstBank Southwest branch near 34th and Bell and pointed a gun at bank employees behind the counter.

The suspect climbed over the counter and took money from more than one drawer.

He climbed back over the counter and left the bank. Video shows him running east from the front door. The suspect was described as a male in his 30's, medium height and thin build.

A witness saw a light colored, possibly cream or gray older model Chevy Tahoe leaving the alley from Atkinsen Street. That vehicle was driven by what may have been a Hispanic male with a pony tail.

The suspect was described as a male in his 30's, medium height and thin build.

If you have information about this crime call the Amarillo Police Department at 378-3038, or Crime Stoppers at 374-4400.

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