New video released in Friday bank robbery
Authorities continue to search for a Kirksville bank robber who remains at-large.
On Monday, police provided KTVO surveillance video of last Friday morning's armed holdup at the north branch of the Bank of Kirksville.
In the video, you can see the short, left-handed suspect wearing a "Joker" mask and a blue hooded sweatshirt walking in the front door of the bank, pointing a hand gun at the teller and demanding cash.
The teller passed the cash to the suspect, and he tried to shove it into the pocket of his sweatshirt and then leaves through the same door he entered.
He was only inside the bank for 41 seconds before making his getaway.
Police are not saying how much cash he made off with.
Investigators said the gunman fled on foot across a creek and into a wooded area south of the bank.
Several law enforcement agencies searched for the suspect immediately after the bank robbery on Friday, but they had no luck finding the man.
He is described as a male of unknown race, between 5' and 5'3" tall and weighing 140 to 160 pounds.
If you know anything about the suspect or have any information that could help investigators, the Kirksville Police Department would love to hear from you.
Also, if you would happen to overhear anyone bragging about committing the crime, you're asked to report that.
Police say sometimes criminals brag to friends about their crimes.
No shots were fired during Friday morning's armed holdup, and no one was hurt.
As with all bank robberies, the FBI is assisting with the investigation.
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