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Police seek public’s help identifying suspect in Central NY bank robbery

North Syracuse, NY — Police are seeking the public’s help identifying a suspect in a bank robbery just after noon Tuesday in North Syracuse.

Around 12:39 pm, Solvay Bank, 628 South Main St., was robbed, according to a news release from the North Syracuse police.

Police are currently trying to identify a suspect who was caught on bank security cameras.

The suspect is a man in his late twenties or early thirties with brown hair and a mustache goatee. He is approximately 5 feet 8 inches.

He was last seen wearing a white T-shirt, black and red shorts with a white stripe down the side, white socks and dark shoes.

Police ask that anyone able to identify the suspect or with further information on this incident should contact Investigator Robert Florian at 315-263-1888 or email [email protected].

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