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Man Robs Bank at Busy Castro Intersection

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A man robbed a bank in the Castro robbed Wednesday morning, police said Thursday.

The suspect walked into a bank at the busy intersection of Castro and Market streets on Wednesday shortly before noon and walked out with cash. A teller handed over an unknown amount of money after the man — who had no known weapon — demanded her to do so, according to police.

The man fled on foot.

A representative with U.S. Bank confirmed a branch on Castro Street was robbed Wednesday. Police are looking for a suspect but do not have a description for the public.

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Ida Mojadad

Ida Mojadad is the Staff Writer at SF Weekly. You can reach her at (415)-359-2728 or imojadad@sfweekly.com. Follow her on Twitter at @idamoj.

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