Clark County Sheriff's Office

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CLARK COUNTY, WA (KPTV) - The Clark County Sheriff's Office is investigating a bank robbery that occurred Monday afternoon in Hazel Dell.

At around 3:12 p.m., deputies were called out to a robbery at the Chase Bank, located at 200 Northeast 78th Street.

The sheriff's office said the suspect obtained an undisclosed amount of cash then fled the scene on foot.

A K-9 track was initiated, but the suspect was not located.

A description of the suspect was not provided by the sheriff's office.

Anyone with information about the robbery or suspect is asked to contact Deputy Elijah Page at

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'Deputies searching for suspect following bank robbery in Hazel Dell' -- If the perp was wearing a mask, then everybody wearing a mask is suspect right?

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