Windsor police are looking for a person of interest in a bank robbery that happened Saturday and they have released some new surveillance photos from a nearby business.
The photos show a man in a dark jacket and a black hat and police said they believe he might be "related" to the armed robbery at First Niagara Bank in Windsor on Jan. 10.
Windsor police responded to a 911 call reporting a robbery at First Niagara Bank, at 2133 Poquonock Ave., at 9:18 a.m. on Saturday.
Two people with handguns demanded money from bank employees and fled the scene in a getaway car, police said. According to police, they peeked in a window in the back of the bank to scope it out before going in, police said.
No one was injured in the robbery and police are continuing to search for the people invo.
No one has been arrested, Windsor police are continuing to search for the people involved and they are offering a reward for anyone who provides information leading to an arrest.
The photos released show a slim man, about 5-foot-10 and 160 pounds, who was wearing a dark leather jacket, black jeans and a gry hooded sweatshirt. The other is about 6 feet tall with a medium build and likely weighs about 160 to 180 pounds, police said. He was wearing a dark, hooded sweatshirt and light pants.
Both men had handguns, wore black masks and fled in what was likely a small gray or bronze Mercedes sedan with tinted windows, according to police.
This person in the photos is "known to associate" with David Johnson of Enfield, who East Windsor Police arrested on Saturday in connection with an unrelated bank robbery, police said.
The man in the surveillance photos is considered armed and dangerous.
Police ask anyone with information on who he is or where he is should call detectives at 860-519-6421 and 860-519-6422 or the main routine Windsor Police Department line at 860-688-5273. Any tips will be kept confidential, police said.