Suspect Sought In Credit Union Holdup

State Police are looking for a suspect who held up the Charter Oak Federal Credit Union in Dayville Thursday morning.  Police say no weapon was shown and no one was hurt.

Police released a security camera image of the suspect,  described as a white man between 40 and 50,   about five-foot-six,  with a slim build and scruffy, light-colored facial hair.  He was wearing a white hoodie with black pants,  white gloves and a dark jacket with gray sleeves with the number “3” on the sleeve.

Police say he held up the credit union around 9:30,  handed the teller a note telling her it was a robbery,  and making off with an undetermined amount of cash.  He fled from the bank in a vehicle which left the bank onto Route 101.  It was described as a sedan,  possibly a Hyundai.
The first two digits on the license plate,  possibly a Florida plate,  were A-C.

Anyone with information is asked to call detectives at the Danielson State Police Barracks at (860)779-4900.


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