The identify of the person who robbed the Sunnyside branch of Bank of America is still mystery to the Sunnyside Police Department.
The bank was closed during the middle of business hours last week after a masked suspect entered the institution and demanded that one of the clerks give him all her cash. The suspect did not display a weapon while executing the robbery.
The clerk complied and the suspect was able to leave with an undisclosed amount of cash.
Police were able to take a photograph of the suspect from the bank's video surveillance system.
According to Sunnyside Police Department Sgt. Jose Guillen, there is no new information into who is behind the robbery.
He said he is still following up on leads as to who robbed the bank.
Anyone with information in the case is asked to contact the Sunnyside Police Department, 836-6200.
. Melissa Dekker can be contacted at (509) 837-4500, or e-mail email@example.com
photo provided by the Sunnyside Police Department
The Sunnyside Police Department is still investigating last week's robbery at the Sunnyside Branch of Bank of America. The suspect in the robbery has not been identified and is still at-large.