Lawton police continued to search for leads in Friday's bank robbery.
Friday, around 4:45 p.m., a woman entered Arvest Bank at 2622 West Gore Blvd. Police said she went to a bank teller's window and slipped a note demanding money. The robber left after the teller complied.
Witnesses said the robber never brandished a weapon.
Surveillance cameras captured images of the woman. Police said her identity was disguised under sunglasses, a scarf and hat.
The woman was last seen carrying a medium sized leather purse and was wearing a white coat and black pants.
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