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The Princeton Department of Public Safety issued an email warning to the University community regarding an unarmed bank robbery in Princeton on Oct. 26.

The Princeton Police Department reported that the bank robbery occurred at 4:27 p.m. A man walked into Santander Bank at 188 Nassau Street, handing the bank teller a note demanding cash.

The suspect received an undetermined amount of cash and walked toward Park Place after leaving the bank.

The Princeton Police Department announced that the suspect appeared to be a black male, about 6 feet tall. The suspect wore a green hoodie with three white buttons at the neck, faded blue jeans, and a lime green baseball cap. He did not brandish a weapon at the scene.

The Department of Public Safety declined to comment on the bank robbery because it took place off campus. Detective Sergeant Ben Gering could not be reached for comment.

The suspect has not been apprehended, but police are looking for him.

Please contact DSgt. Ben Gering or Detective. Adam Basatemur of the Princeton Police at (609) 921-2100 if you have any information.

This article will be updated with more information as it becomes available.

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