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Vigo County Sheriff's deputies are currently working a bank robbery that occurred shortly after 11:30 AM this morning.

The suspect entered the Old National Bank located at 4675 S Us Hwy 41 with a gun described as a small silver handgun and demanded money.

The staff at the bank cooperated with the suspects demands an he then fled the bank through a rear door and fled west from the bank with an undisclosed amount of money.

A search of the area by deputies and Terre Haute Police and K-9 units did not locate the suspect.

It is believed that the suspect may have been marked with an exploding dye pack and should be marked with red dye.

The suspect possibly left in a vehicle.

At the time of the robbery, there were several customers inside the bank including a young child.

No one was injuries during the robbery.

The suspect is described as a white male between the ages of 40 and 50, 5'6" - 5'8" tall, between 140 - 160 pounds wearing blue jeans, gray tee-shirt, tan ball cap and dark sunglasses.

At the time of the robbery he was wearing what appears to be a surgical type mask.

 The investigation is ongoing at this time and the FBI has been called in to assist.



The Old National Bank 4675 S US 41 Terre Haute was robbed Saturday morning.

The suspect were described as a white male between 30-40 years old,  6ft was wearing a gray t-shirt, blue jean shorts, black ball cap and sunglasses  

The suspect displayed a handgun and left out the back door of the bank

 Another potential suspect was a black male wearing a Chicago bears jersey, blue jeans and black shoes.

Police say that he watched deputies go into the bank and then took off into the wooded area behind Lowes to the south.

If you know anything or say anything contact police.