Man in What-A-Burger uniform robs bank - Tucson News Now

Man in What-A-Burger uniform robs bank

By Jacquelyn Abad/Tucson News Now Intern

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -- A man wearing a What-A-Burger uniform allegedly robbed a Well's Fargo Bank inside a Fry's Food Store yesterday evening.

According to police, the suspect walked into the bank, 4036 N. 1st Avenue, and presented the bank teller with a note demanding money. When police arrived to the incident, the suspect had already left but no one was harmed.

The suspect left the bank with an undisclosed amount of money and was last scene heading westbound from the Fry's parking lot.

Witnesses describe the suspect as male Hispanic with braces in his mid-20's, between 5 foot 6 to 7 inches. He was seen wearing black framed glasses and a What-A-Burger uniform.

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