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Nevada City Bank Robbed

The Tri Counties Bank in Nevada City was been robbed Tuesday afternoon with the suspect making off with just over $13,600. According to Police Chief Tim Foley, the incident occurred at 12:52 p.m.

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Foley says the suspect is a 6-foot-1, 200-pound white male, between the ages of 35-40. He was reportedly wearing a blue button-down collared shirt, possibly a San Francisco Giants ball cap, sunglasses and a painter’s mask. He also says there was a distinguishing mark in his hair.

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Foley Says earlier in the day , a report of a suspicious man wearing a painter’s mask was made at Bank of the West Grass Valley’s Glenbrook Basin.

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The man was not seen in a vehicle. Anyone with knowledge of thie person is asked to contact he Nevada City Police Department.

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June 17, 2014

Mike Sherman

I find it unbelievable the authorities would release the amount of money taken. Unbelievable.

June 18, 2014

E Christina Dabis

History Making! This is the very first time that I have ever "EVER" seen the amount cited in a news report. It has always common to report "they took an undisclosed amount of cash". Why? To prevent kindling a future robbery.

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