Bank robber sought after armed hold up, Regina police say

A man dressed in shorts and brandishing a firearm robbed a branch of Scotiabank in Regina Friday, police say.

Suspect, wearing blue-jean shorts, left Scotiabank on 13th Ave. with some cash

A branch of Scotiabank, on 13th Ave., was the target of an armed robber wearing shorts. Regina police are investigating. (Glenn Reid/CBC)

A man brandishing a firearm robbed a branch of Scotiabank in Regina Friday, police say.

Police were dispatched to 13th Ave. in Regina's Cathedral area around 4 p.m. CST.

They said a man, acting alone, walked into the bank and demanded money. He left with an undisclosed amount of cash.

Police said the suspect is six feet tall with a slim build. He was wearing a black shirt and blue-jean shorts.

They added that during the robbery the suspect tried to cover his face.

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