[UPDATE] Robbery at Thomasville National Bank

By: Donnitra Gilbert Email
By: Donnitra Gilbert Email

2/1 5:26PM

Investigators said several suspects have been brought in and questioned. Investigators said they have several leads.

During the robbery the bank teller released a red dye pack which exploded on all the money the robber placed in a plastic bag.

Investigators said the money was recovered and they are running forensic test for fingerprints. Investigators said they are offering a one thousand dollar reward to anyone with information that will lead to an arrest.

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1/27 4:56

A spokesperson for the Police Department said a cash reward of 1,000 dollars will be offered to anyone who may have information leading up to an arrest.

Officers said the suspect seen in this surveillance video is a black male, with a slim build.

He was last seen wearing a baseball cap. They say he entered the bank, handed the teller a note demanding money and pointed to his waist as if he had a weapon he then ran from the bank with a wad of cash.

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1/26 5:16PM

The bank robbery happened a little after 2:30PM . Officers said a man entered the Thomasville National Bank handed the teller a note demanding money and pointed to his waist as if he had a weapon. Officers said the robber is a black man with a slim build and was last seen wearing a leather base ball cap.

Officers said the robber got away on foot with an undisclosed amount of cash.

An arrest has not been made at this time. Officers said they are awaiting surveillance video .

We will bring you more information as it becomes available.

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1-26 3:15PM

The robbery happened at the Thomasville National Bank in the Publix shopping plaza in Thomasville, Georgia about 20 minutes ago. The FBI is on their way to the scene. The suspect is still on the loose.

No other information is known at this time.

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  • by lee Location: thomasville on Jan 28, 2011 at 02:46 AM
    to steve... the public is already armed, everyone i know here in t'ville carries and have legal permitts to carry. you can't go anywhere without the thought of something like this happening. look at the news at night..you would be foolish not to arm yourselves
  • by steve Location: tall on Jan 27, 2011 at 07:45 PM
    Renee, good for you sorry to tell you, and not trying to be a smart***, but these guys aren't even thinking of finding a job. Or it is their 2nd job. They will do it anyway!!! There will always be a certain amount of people who act this way. Right now, they think "It's happening all over, statistics are good, the cops are busy with the last several big incidents, why not?" Soon the public is going to wise up, more of these guys will get popped. As a grown man(50) I get nervous cashing my check, at the gas station, etc. Have been on active duty, bullets flying over my head, things blowing up around me, . People need to talk to family and friends about their actions. Some of you out there know I am talking about you! Get them to stop, or you will be reading about them on here. I am not threatening anyone, just stating what will happen. People are going to get tired of this, sooner or later the public will be armed in some way, bat or gun, and they will be at the wrong end of something.
  • by ga. boy Location: tville on Jan 27, 2011 at 09:57 AM
    its only going to get worse...but hey wall street is doing well....guess thats all that matters...or if your a politican, then you get great medical coverage at tax payer expense
  • by Lip Cheese on Jan 27, 2011 at 06:37 AM
    I think it would be great if the teller could hit a button with their foot and the floor would fall out like the scene in "Return Of The Jedi". Then they could slide down a ramp into a room that would seal and gas them with tear gas, roll them in plastic wrap and send out an e-mail to the cops to come by and make a pickup. 1 simple law that says, if you are robbing a bank, you forfeit all right to sue the bank for injuries. Thank you for reading..."Better Ideas From Lip Cheese". Ha! Ha!
  • by Renee Location: Tally on Jan 27, 2011 at 03:04 AM
    What is going on here?? Crime is getting worst. Every day you hear about a bank or convenience store being robbed or someone getting murdered. Times are tough, and people are just not getting the resources to help them find a job so I believe they resort to crime. I am going to pray for these folks and I hope you will to.
  • by Kat Location: Thomasville on Jan 26, 2011 at 11:03 PM
    @anonymous: it is technically in the publix shopping center. If you turn into the parking lot entrance before the flash foods you can actually drive straight through into TNB parking lot. In reply to: Posted by: ga Location: ga on Jan 26, 2011 at 09:46 PM anonymous---where did PUBLIX come from, except that they said Publix shopping center...get it right if you're gonna complain....
  • by Chief Location: Seattle on Jan 26, 2011 at 08:33 PM
    Good to see a local get some money before the Feds come in and close another bank while they give more money to the fraudsters at the to TO BIG TO FAIL BANKS.
  • by ga Location: ga on Jan 26, 2011 at 06:46 PM
    anonymous---where did PUBLIX come from, except that they said Publix shopping center...get it right if you're gonna complain....
  • by Walter Location: Thomasville on Jan 26, 2011 at 05:12 PM
    @Vicky. The whisperers around town are saying that the bank robberies may have been done by the same person. Thought this is only hear say.
  • by Vicky Location: Tville on Jan 26, 2011 at 02:41 PM
    A bank was robbed in Tally yesterday. He left on foot too
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