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According to the FBI, at approximately 12 p.m. Wednesday, a man entered the IBC Bank, located at 2101 N. Portland in Oklahoma City wearing a mask depicting an older white man. According to the FBI, at approximately 12 p.m. Wednesday, a man entered the IBC Bank, located at 2101 N. Portland in Oklahoma City wearing a mask depicting an older white man.
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Police are looking for a suspect who robbed a bank in northwest Oklahoma City Wednesday afternoon.

According to the FBI, at approximately 12 p.m. Wednesday, a man entered the IBC Bank, located at 2101 N. Portland in Oklahoma City wearing a mask depicting an older white man. The suspect went into the restroom briefly then gave a note to the teller which stated he had a gun and demanding money. No weapon was actually seen. The teller complied with the demand and gave the man an undisclosed amount of money, which he then placed in a black briefcase.

The suspect left in a silver 4-door Honda Accord and took off out of the bank parking lot, west on 22nd Street. No one was injured in the robbery.

Investigators say this same suspect was seen earlier Wednesday at approximately 11:30 a.m. entering the First Commercial Bank located at 2523 N. Classen Blvd. carrying a black briefcase while wearing the same mask and clothing. He went to the restroom and exited the bank approximately one minute later without incident. Surveillance photos showed the suspect's vehicle parked near the drive thru of that bank.

Surveillance photos and witness descriptions describe the suspect as a man, between 5'7" -5'9" tall, medium build, wearing a brown two button blazer, tan pants, blue and white checkered shirt, cream colored hat, dark aviator glasses, black gloves and a mask depicting an older white man.

Anyone with information regarding this robbery should contact the FBI at 405-290-7770 (24 hour number).

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