On left, a man demands money from a teller at the TD Bank on 121 Main St. in Southington on June 18. On right, a man demands money from a teller at the same bank on Tuesday, July 3.
The Southington Police Department is asking for help to find the man they believe robbed the same bank twice in two weeks.
Around 5:45 p.m. on Tuesday, police responded to a hold-up alarm at the TD Bank, 121 Main St., in Southington and were told that a man walked into the bank and demanded money from the tellers.
He is between 5-feet 8 and 5-feet-10 with a stocky build and short black hair. He was wearing a navy blue T-shirt, dark pants and dark shoes. He was holding a dark-colored scarf/cloth over his nose and mouth and wearing a vinyl style glove on the right hand.
He was also holding a white plastic grocery bag in his left hand and wearing glasses with dark lenses and possibly silver sides or frames.
He was last seen walking in a southern direction from the bank on Main Street. He did not display nor imply he had a weapon and no one was injured during this robbery.
Police believe that the same man entered the same 121 Main St. TD Bank location on June 18 around 5:52 p.m.
At the time, a man wearing a dark colored zip-up pullover, dark pants and tan shoes. He walked up to a teller and demanded money. No one was injured during this robbery.
Southington Police Department Detectives are looking to speak with anyone who saw the man before and/or after these robberies at the TD Bank located at 121 Main Street in Southington.
Anyone with any information about the identity of this male is being asked to contact Detective Wojenski or Detective Beal at the Southington Police Department 860-378-1644 or 860-378-1645.