Police Search For Suspect In Columbus Bank Robbery Who Left Sweatpants Behind

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A person robbed the Cooper State Bank at Dublin-Granville and Karl roads on Thursday.

The suspect entered the bank just after 7 a.m. and passed a note to a manager, claiming he had a gun.

The manager of the bank handed over cash.

After the robber took off he headed north of the bank. Police tracked his footprints to a fence, only to find that the man left his disguise there.

Detectives found a black  hoodie, black sweatpants and a hat believed to be the robbers.

A dye pack was placed in with the cash, but police did not find evidence that it activated.

Authorities will continue to review surveillance images to try and identify the man.