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Police: Bank Robbery On Jacksboro Highway

UPDATE: WFPD says it has identified the man in this video and officers are working to get a warrant for his arrest. His name will be released once the investigation is complete and a warrant has been issued. 

Wichita Falls, Texas - Wichita Falls Police Department Officers say a white male suspect robbed the Wells Fargo branch inside the United Supermarket located at the 4500 block of Jacksboro Highway. 

According to police, the suspect passed a note and demanded money. There was never any indication that the suspect had a weapon but police say he could still be armed. The suspect then fled the the scene on foot with an undisclosed amount of cash.

The video shows the unidentified man entering the store on foot around 5:29 in the afternoon and then leaving around 5:34 on foot near the rear of the store.

WFPD searched many of the neighborhoods behind the supermarket but were unable to locate anybody matching the description.


The suspect is described as a white male around 6' wearing a maroon stripped shirt and a Oklahoma University baseball cap.

Anyone with any information about this crime is encouraged to call the Wichita Falls Police Department at (940) 761-7792 or Crime Stoppers at (940) 322-9888.

Jack Carney, Newschannel6
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