(WXYZ) - The Sterling Heights Police Department is asking for the public's help to locate a bank robbery suspect.
Police say a man walked into TCF Bank in Sterling Heights on August 30 and handed the teller a note which read: "This is a robbery give me all your loose bills."
The teller gave the man $1,000, including bait money, according to police. Police say the suspect then threw the bait money back at the teller, walked out and escaped in a silver-colored SUV.
Surveillance photos were released showing the subject wearing a green baseball cap with the word "lucky" and a grey t-shirt "Make Way for the Bad Guy."
If you have any information regarding this incident, call police at 586-446-2804.
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