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Windham police seeking man who robbed bank

New Hampshire Union Leader

February 12. 2018 9:45PM
Police are looking for this man who robbed Santander Bank in Windham. 

WINDHAM — Police are looking for a man they say robbed a Santander Bank location in Windham Monday afternoon.

According to Windham Police Capt. Mike Caron, a white male entered the Santander Bank location at 3 Wall St. at 3:20 p.m. Monday and began yelling “this is a robbery.”

According to Caron, the suspect said he had a handgun but never displayed one. The man approached a teller and demanded money, and according to police the teller complied by handing over an undisclosed amount of cash. The man then fled on foot.

According to police, the thief is described as a while male, approximately 5-foot-10, with a medium build, and a goatee, possibly reddish in color.

The man was wearing a navy blue pullover sweatshirt with an “Under Armour” logo on the hood, gray sweat pants and dark-colored gloves with a distinct logo.

According to police, the man was last seen running and getting into the passenger side of a vehicle parked behind the bank.

The vehicle was described as silver with an older white male behind the wheel. Police believe the vehicle headed south on Wall Street to the intersection of Route 111.

Anyone with information regarding this robbery is asked to call Windham police at 434-5577 or email

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