West Hartford police are looking for a suspect who they believe hit the same bank he robbed exactly a week ago at about the same time.
Police responded to a bank robbery Thursday afternoon at the TD Bank at 143 South Main Street in West Hartford.
Bank employees said a white male in his 40s displayed a note to one of the bank tellers demanding money Thursday at about 2:08 p.m. That's the same day of the week and time a man robbed the bank exactly a week ago on Aug. 6. Employees told police it was the same suspect this time around.
No one was injured in the bank robbery.
The man left after he was given an undetermined amount of cash like the robber did a week ago, police said.
In both cases, it's unknown whether the man left the area on foot or in a vehicle, according to police.
Officers searched the area with the help of a New Britain police K-9 unit, but could not find the suspect. Police didn't find the suspect in last week's robbery at the bank either after a search with the help of a Farmington K-9 unit.
Police said the man was wearing a short-sleeve shirt with green, white and black stripes and a baseball hat that was black and white. He is described as having a slender build and is 5-foot-8 to 5-foot-10 tall, according to police The suspect has short, dark brown hair, police said.
Last week's TD Bank robbery suspect had a similar physical description. Police said he was wearing white golf shorts with large checkered stripes and that he was tan with a slender build. He was about 5-foot-8 to 5-foot-10 and had short, dark brown hair.
No one was injured in the first robbery either.