Do you know this Kent bank robber?
KENT, Wash. -- Detectives are looking for the man who allegedly robbed a KeyBank branch in the Panther Lake area last week.
According to the Kent Police Department, a man walked into the bank at 20540 108th Ave. S.E. around 11:20 a.m., wrote a note demanding money and handed it to a teller.
The note was threatening, and the teller later told officers she was afraid the man would hurt her or her fellow employees, according to police.
The teller gave the man money, and he ran off, according to police.
The suspect, who was caught on the bank's surveillance cameras, is described as an unkempt man in his mid-30s. He is between 6-feet and 6-feet-3-inches with a medium build. He has tattoos near his eyes and possibly tattoos on his hands and/or knuckles.