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Robbed at gunpoint at 12:39 pm on Friday, October 16, 2015, US Bank in Bennett’s Corners witnesses said a man entered the bank and pointed a gun at tellers while demanding money.

They described the robber as a black male, over 6 feet tall who took off on foot after robbing the bank.

No one was hurt and no follow up stories report an arrest.

SOURCE: Cleveland 19 News

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