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Sarasota police looking for man that robbed Fifth Third Bank

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SARASOTA COUNTY, FL (WFLA) -

The Sarasota Police Department reported that about 12:15 p.m. Wednesday, a robbery happened at the Fifth Third Bank located at 50 N. Central Avenue in Sarasota.  Authorities say 35-year-old Gregory Thompson entered the bank, threatened a teller and demanded money. 

After receiving the cash, authorities say Thompson fled the bank on foot traveling east on 1st Street.  Thompson was last seen running southbound towards Main Street from 1st Street. 

Sarasota police say Thompson is wanted for the Bank Robbery; he is reported to be homeless.  Anyone with information about the robbery is asked to contact Detective Todd at 941-954-7091.

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