Detectives and Forensics Specialists are still on scene, following up on leads and processing physical evidence after a bank robbery in Brooksville Tuesday.

Hernando County Sheriff Releases Brooksville Bank Robbery Suspect Photo, Still At Large

BROOKSVILLE, FL. – Detectives and Forensics Specialists are still on scene, following up on leads and processing physical evidence after a bank robbery in Brooksville Tuesday.

Just after 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Hernando County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the Cadence Bank, located at 14211 Powell Road in Brooksville, regarding a Bank Robbery.

The 911 caller, a bank employee, stated the bank had just been robbed by a black male in his early twenties.  According to the caller, the suspect was clean-shaven, about 6’1″, and was wearing a black mask, a grey hoodie, black jogging-type pants, and charcoal grey sneakers with a white triangle on the back and white laces.  The suspect was also reportedly carrying a black bag.

Detectives and Forensics Specialists are still on scene, following up on leads and processing physical evidence after a bank robbery in Brooksville Tuesday.
Suspect wanted by HCSO

After robbing the bank, the suspect fled on foot, in a northeast direction.

There were no customers inside the bank at the time of the robbery and there were no reports of injuries to any of the employees.

Operators in the Emergency Communications Center immediately notified Discovery Point and the Hernando County School District, so additional security procedures could be employed to keep the campuses safe.

Patrol deputies, with assistance from HCSO drone operators, the K-9 Unit, and Aviation conducted a very lengthy and thorough search of the area in hopes of locating the suspect.  Unfortunately, the suspect was not located.

If you have information on this Bank Robbery, please contact Hernando County Crime Stoppers.  You will remain anonymous!

Hernando County Crime Stoppers can be reached by phone at 1-866-990-TIPS (8477)  or **TIPS from a cell phone.

You may also submit your tip via the internet at http://www.hernandocountycrimestoppers.com .

You will remain anonymous and also be eligible for a reward up to $5,000 cash!

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