The suspect in the robbery of a Madison Park bank remains at-large, wearing a black motorcycle helmet.

Seattle Police were called to a bank near the corner of 40th and East Madison Street at 3:30 p.m. yesterday, September 6th, with reports of a robbery. It wasn’t reported how much – if any – cash was taken, but police did say that the suspect did not brandish a weapon during the attempt.

Although they did not identify the bank that was robbed, a branch of Wells Fargo is the closest bank to the designated intersection where the robbery took place. The suspect was wearing a motorcycle helmet at the time of the robbery, which made it difficult to identify him. He is described as being approximately 6 feet tall, and was wearing a black jacket and gloves in addition to the helmet at the time of the robbery.

This remains an open investigation, as police search for the suspect. Please contact police directly with any information.

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