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Man allegedly takes pet dog with him to rob bank (videos)

Authorities in Tucson, Arizona are searching for a man who allegedly robbed a bank with his pet Chihuahua in tow. According to a report from Tucson News Now, authorities are asking the public’s help in identifying the subject who allegedly demanded money from a Chase Bank located inside a Tucson, Arizona grocery store. The incident occurred at the 9400 Block of E. 22nd St. on March 14, 2014.

Man allegedly takes pet Chihuahua with him on bank robbery.
Man allegedly takes pet Chihuahua with him on bank robbery.Tucson Police Department

There were no reports of a weapon used and it is unclear how much the suspect obtained from the teller before fleeing the scene on foot. The Chihuahua was in an accompanying basket. There were no reports of casualties or injuries.

This is an active investigation and authorities ask anyone with information to contact 88-Crime or call 911 in an emergency.

You may see a photo of the suspect as well as a video report above. The suspect is described as standing approximately 5’10” and weighs roughly 180 pounds. He is either white or Hispanic and appeared to be in his mid thirties.

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