Police have released photos and are soliciting tips to help find a man they believe robbed a bank in northeast Calgary last month.

The robbery suspect walked into the ATB branch at 2555 32nd Street N.E. on May 15 at about 3:30 p.m., the Calgary Police Service said in a statement.

The man allegedly passed a note to the teller that demanded cash. After he was given money, police say he then he took back the note and left.

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Police are not disclosing the amount of money the man received.

Surveillance recordings show a man in the bank and then again outside shortly after the alleged robbery. Police have released photos from that captured video.

Calgary police have released these photos of a backpack and a man believed to be involved in a northeast bank robbery in May. (Calgary Police Service)

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In the bank, he was wearing a camouflage ball cap, white earbuds, sunglasses, one black glove on his right hand, a black backpack and a black shirt.

Outside the bank, he was seen wearing the same outfit but with jeans and without the hat and sunglasses.

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The man is described as 20 to 30 years old and roughly five foot, seven inches tall, with a medium build.

Anyone with information is asked to call robbery investigators at 403-428-8787, the non-emergency line at 403-266-1234, or contact CrimeStoppers.


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