Huntersville and Mooresville police are looking for a man suspected of attempting to rob Fifth/Third Bank branches in both towns on Friday, May 23. At just before 11 a.m., a black male, age 35-45 years old and weighing approximately 200 pounds attempted to rob a Fifth/Third branch at 329 N. Main St. in Mooresville. Then, at about 12:20 p.m., a man of similar description robbed a Fifth/Third branch at 500 Gilead Road in Huntersville.
The suspect was wearing tinted glasses, had facial hear and was wearing a black knit hat, a black zip-up hooded jacket and dark cargo-style pants.
Anyone with information is asked to call Mooresville-South Iredell Crime Stoppers at 704-658-9056 or the Mooresville Police Department at 704-664-3311, or Sgt. Scott Gardner of the Huntersville Police Department at 704-464-5400.
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