Pathetic Man Tried to Rob Bristol Bank – Epic Fail

Photo courtesy Bristol Police Department

The Bristol Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying a man who attempted to rob Webster Bank in Bristol Plaza. On Tuesday a male carrying a clipboard with a manila folder attached entered the bank.

Photo courtesy Bristol Police Department

The male approached a teller and revealed a robbery note that was on the clipboard.

The note demanded money.

After revealing the note, the male exited the bank without any money.

Witnesses said the male fled the scene in a black mini-van west on Farmington Ave. No license plate for the vehicle was obtained.

No weapon was displayed and no injuries were reported.

Photo courtesy Bristol Police Department

The suspect is described as a black male, approximately 40 years old, 6’2” tall, wearing an orange Polo baseball cap with the #3 on the side, sunglasses, a long sleeve black shirt with a second pair of sunglasses hanging from the collar, and blue jeans.

Anyone having any information as to the identity of this suspect is asked to call the Bristol Police Department at 860-584-3011 or the Criminal Investigations Division at 860-314-4561.

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