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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 a reporter at SF Weekly, often covering politics, housing and transportation. Her words can also be found in the Orange County Register, KQED (NPR), Faribault Daily News, Northfield News and SF Examiner. You can reach her at (415)-359-2728 or by email at imojadad@sfweekly.com.

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