Police continue to search for the man they say robbed the Hancock Bank and Trust Company in Bowling Green.
It happened off Cave Mill Road around 2:30 Tuesday afternoon.
"Our officers received an alarm from the Hancock Bank and Trust, off Cave Mill Road saying they had been robbed," Say Public Information Officer Ronnie Ward, with the Bowling Green Police Department.
Ward says the man was wearing a white mask, sunglasses, a black hat and a black jacket.
While he kept most of his face covered he had one distinctive characteristic, "we're not able to determine very much about him except that he has a very long pony tail that goes to about the middle of his back," says Ward.
The suspect did get away with an undisclosed amount of cash, police say bank employees on the second floor of the bank, got a good look at his get-away car.
"He was driving a white Suzuki vehicle, he parked the car just a couple blocks from here and then apparently got into another car and drove away in that car," says Ward.
A car, police say, was stolen sometime between Monday night and early this Tuesday from Lain Avenue.
It was registered to a "Wheelers Wheels."
"There was a theft report this morning for a Suzuki Verona, over off the by-pass and we believe that was the vehicle he used. We were able to get a tag from a witness here at the bank," says Ward.
This is the fourth robbery to happen in Bowling Green in about four months.
Police arrested a suspect in connection with the BB&T bank robbery.