FARMINGTON — Police are looking for a man with a "youngish voice" who robbed a Zions Bank on Wednesday.
The man was wearing blue jeans, a blue sweatshirt with the hood up and a mask when he entered the bank at 1663 N. Main just before 6 p.m., said Farmington Police Chief Wayne Hansen.
The man did not brandish a weapon or suggest he was armed.
The man was described as being a white male in his early 20s, about 6 feet tall with a "youngish voice," Hansen said.
The hooded man demanded a bank teller put an unidentified amount of money in a bag before he fled the bank on foot, Hansen said. Witnesses reported seeing the man get in a tan car with no plates, though they couldn't identify the model.
Anyone with information about the robbery is asked to contact Farmington police at 801-451-5453.
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