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Wichita Falls bank robber on the lam

Wichita Falls_Police say around 9am a man held up a bank at 9th and Holliday in Wichita Falls.  A teller says the man walked into First Bank, handed over a note, and demanded money.

"Ironically there were probably some officers just 30 feet above the bank at the time the robbery had happened because we had two semis that had jackknifed at that location," says a member of the WFPD.

Police say after the man got the cash he walked down an alley to get away.  He's described as a white man in his 20's or 30's.

If you have any information on the bank robbery you can call Wichita Falls Crimestoppers at 1-800-322-9888.

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