Manteca Police have released photos and video of a suspect in the robbery of Bank of Stockton on Wednesday.
The video can be found at MantecaBulletin.com with a link with this story as it appears on line.
Manteca Police received alarm notifications from a robbery at the bank Wednesday, Jan. 27, at 2:44 p.m. in the 600 block of North Main Street. Upon arrival of officers, it was determined that a robbery had occurred and the suspect had fled the area. It was reported that a Black male adult entered the bank and approached the bank teller at the counter. He verbally advised the teller he was robbing the bank and demanded money. Once given the money, the suspect left the bank through the east doors and left the area on foot. There were no injuries as a result of the robbery.
A witness followed the suspect out of the bank eastbound on East Edison Street. The suspect then continued on foot southbound on North. Grant Avenue and got into the passenger side of a parked vehicle. The vehicle was facing southbound on North Grant Avenue, north of East Alameda Street. The vehicle left the area southbound on North Grant Avenue and made a left turn (eastbound) onto East Alameda Street.
The suspect was described as a Black male adult, 20 to 30 years of age, approximately 5-foot-7 and 180 pounds. He had a short goatee and sunglasses. He wore black pants, a camouflage beanie, and gray sweatshirt with multiple layers of clothes. The vehicle was described only as a small, light gray import car.
If anyone has any suspect information or details about this crime, please contact Detective Stephen Schluer at the Manteca Police Department at (209) 456.8210 or by calling Crime Stoppers at (209) 823.4636.