Killeen authorities are searching for a man who held up a bank late Monday morning.

Police spokeswoman Ofelia Miramontez wrote in a news release that the man in the surveillance still above is believed to havev robbed the First National Bank of Central Texas at 1002 North 38th St. shortly before 11:20 AM. The man reportedly walked in the bank and approached a teller, handing the employee a note demanding money. Witnesses said he then left the bank with an undisclosed amount of money.

No injuries were reported.

The suspect was described as a black male, around six feet tall, weigthing around 260 or 270 pounds, with a mustache and beard.

Killeen authorities said he was wearing a black windbreaker, gray sweatpants, black shoes, and black driving gloves with the tips cut off. A police spokesperson didn't know if the man was armed or not. The bank kept its doors closed early Monday afternoon after the robbery.

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