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Police believe two bank robberies are connected in Bell County, searching for suspect

Robbery suspect  (Source: Harker Heights Police Department) Robbery suspect (Source: Harker Heights Police Department)
(Source: Harker Heights Police Department) (Source: Harker Heights Police Department)
(Source: Harker Heights Police Department) (Source: Harker Heights Police Department)
Suspect in April's robbery (Source: Harker Heights Police Department) Suspect in April's robbery (Source: Harker Heights Police Department)
HARKER HEIGHTS, TX (KXXV) -

The Harker Heights Police Department said they are investigating after the First National Bank of Texas was robbed Tuesday afternoon. The bank is located inside the HEB at 601 Indian Tr.

The suspect presented a note to the teller, demanding money. He then left the store in a 2016 Hyundai Elantra. Police believe the suspect is associated with another bank robbery that happened on April 5 at the First National Bank in Killeen on Elms Road.

 Anyone having information about this incident are urged to contact the Harker Heights Police Department at 254-953-5400 and contact the Criminal Investigation Division, Detective Jenks, or Agent Fiedler with the Waco FBI office at jafiedler@fbi.gov.   Anyone having information on this incident can contact Crime Stoppers at 254-526-TIPS (8477) or go online at www.BellCountyCrimeStoppers.com. You can also download the P3TipsApp for IOS and Android and give an anonymous tip.  All information given is anonymous and confidential, and if your tip leads to an arrest of the person who committed the crime, you could be eligible for a reward of $1,000.00 Cash.

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