Posted Wednesday, July 3, 2013 --- 3:06 p.m.
From our news partner, WSAW in Wausau:
The Adams County Sheriff's Department says the search continues for the suspect in a bank robbery Wednesday morning.
The suspect displayed a gun and demanded cash along one of the teller's car keys.
The suspect acted alone and no one was injured during the incident.
The sheriff's department says the bank did have surveillance video.
The Adams County Sheriff's Office is searching for robbery suspect.
According to an email alert from the department, around 9:20 Wednesday morning the Grand Marsh Bank in Grand Marsh robbed.
The suspect is described at a white man, wearing a blue hoodie and jeans. He was wearing glasses. He's believed to be taller than 6'. He has a slender build and is estimated to weigh around 190 lbs.
Authorities say the suspect is driving a white 2010 Kia Opitma LX, bearing Wisconsin license plate UBV-759.
If you have information about the robbery or have seen the suspect call 911 or (608) 339-3304.
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