Police investigate second U.S. Bank robbery in Granger
GRANGER, Wash. - Granger police are investigating a bank robbery that occurred at the U.S. Bank.
Yakima County sheriff's Sergeant Mike Russell said the robbery was first reported at 11:48 a.m., August 8 at the bank at 110 Main Street.
The Granger Police Department (GPD) officers said a man handed the teller a note demanding cash then left with an unknown amount of money.
The suspect is described as a man in his early 20s, about 5'5 to 5'7 in height and weighs 150 to 165 pounds with an athletic build, light skin, brown goatee.
He was last seen wearing a black hat, black sunglasses, a red bandana around the neck, a black hoodie with a large white Nike swoosh on the chest, light blue jeans and dark colored shoes, according to Granger police.
Reports said no one was injured in the incident.
Police are investigating as reports indicated no one was arrested in relation to this robbery.
This is the second bank robbery at this location since the bank was robbed May 24, 2017.
In the previous robbery, two robbers, wearing masks, went into the bank around 3:30 p.m. and displayed a weapon as they demanded money.
The GPD is asking anyone with information regarding the robbery or the suspect to call (509) 854-2656 or (509) 854-1886.