Bank Teller Foils Robbery by Refusing to Hand Over Money

ST. LOUIS (AP) — A financial institution teller foiled a theft in St. Louis Friday by merely telling the would-be robber no when he demanded cash.

St. Louis police say a person entered the U.S. Financial institution department at 5375 Southwest Ave. shortly earlier than 5 p.m. Friday and handed a teller a notice demanding cash, in keeping with the St. Louis Submit-Dispatch.

Police stated that when the teller instructed the person no the suspect simply walked out of the enterprise. The person by no means confirmed a weapon, and no cash was taken.

Investigators are trying to find a white man who’s 6-feet-tall and weighs about 280 kilos. The suspect was carrying a black jacket, grey shirt, black pants, white footwear, a St. Louis Blues knit hat and a sequence necklace with a cross.

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