FBI: Man Robbed Minneapolis TCF Bank

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Authorities are searching for a man who robbed a TCF Bank in Minneapolis on Monday afternoon.

According to the FBI, a robber entered the TCF Bank on 1444 West Lake Street in Minneapolis around 2:30 p.m. The man approached the teller and demanded cash. He did not display a weapon. After receiving an undisclosed amount of cash, he fled the bank.

The FBI described the robber as a white man who was very tan and unshaven. He was between 5 feet, 10 inches and 6 feet tall, wearing square glasses, a gray hooded jacket, blue jeans and white shoes. The FBI said the robber’s clothing was “very dirty” and he had “very dirty hands.”

Anyone with information on the robbery is asked to call the FBI at 612-376-3200.

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  1. Crazy is ... says:

    Hit and run without a gun
    guess it works at that

    1. jackactionhero says:

      In the 80s,my partner Phillip was a bank teller in San Francisco….He & the girls at the Bank were robbed one day by a mean thief & Phillip went on Medical leave for 6 weeks due to the trauma of the robbery..I comforted him at home during that time.

  2. jackactionhero says:

    Sounds like a homeless man looking to get one last bender in before heading to prison for a warm place to live…

  3. Kevin says:

    hey he gets caught goes to prison gets clean clothes roof over his head and 3 squares a day plus free medical suddenly life is good ….waiting to be caught he can get drunk on the money he just got!

    1. jackactionhero says:

      That’s what I was thinking. All he has to do is deal with the riff raff in the holding cell, and the inevitable loud mouths in the cell block who insist on making everybody’s stay miserable.

  4. KegHead says:

    St. Louis drug store cowboy?

  5. Realist says:

    A crook stealing from crooked bank? Say it ain’t so!

  6. ej says:

    You get less time, and lower security if you don’t use a gun. They don’t tell you that in the news, you find out in prison. Plus the food is better in Feds.

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