LIVERMORE, Ky. (WBKO) -- The McLean County Sheriff's Office says a white male entered the Independence Bank on Henton Street in Livermore and handed the teller a note on Friday, April 26.
Deputies say the note said he was armed and demanded cash.
They say the robber left the bank and was last seen driving south on US 431 in a full-sized gray Chevrolet Silverado pick-up truck.
The robber was described to be 50-60 years of age.
Investigators with the McLean County Sheriff’s Department believe this robbery may be related to the robbery of Morgantown Bank & Trust on Thursday, April 18 in Warren County.
If anyone has any information on this robbery, please contact the McLean County Sheriff’s Office at 270-273-3276.
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