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Suspect eludes K9 search after Broadway bank hold-up

A robber fled on foot Thursday morning after holding up the HomeStreet Bank on north Broadway.

Police were called to the 700 block Broadway E bank around 10:15 AM and were initially concerned about a possibly armed suspect but later confirmed no weapon was seen in the heist.

According to East Precinct radio updates, the suspect was described as a white male, around 5’6″, with white or blond hair, and wearing a black, baggy jacket. He was last seen fleeing on foot northbound from the bank. UPDATE: Police believe he may have fled in a black Honda civic.

A K9 unit attempted to track the suspect in the surrounding streets  but the search was called off without success. There were no reported injuries.

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16 days ago

Hasn’t this been hit not long ago? I’m suspecting this looks like an easier mark, small. facing a quiet residential street but close to a major artery. They need to relocate.

15 days ago
Reply to  d4l3d

This bank does not face a quiet residential street. It faces Roy which for one block is an arterial where broadway becomes 10th. It is directly across from the 76 gas station, and has a bus stop right outside.