Quincy Police are looking for a man accused of robbing a bank Thursday afternoon.
According to police, the suspect went into the Braintree Coooerative Bank on Quincy Avenue at 5:11 p.m. Thursday, approached a female teller, and said, “Give me all you got.”
The teller gave the suspect a sum of money before the suspect demanded money from “the second drawer.” Police said the teller responded that she didn’t understand what he meant, and didn’t have anything in her second drawer.
The suspect then left the bank and ran along the railroad tracks toward West Howard Street into Braintree.
Police received the report of a robbery and arrived shortly thereafter. A police dog attempted to track the suspect, but lost the scent.
Video evidence from the scene shows the suspect as a white male in his 20s wearing a grey hoodless sweatshirt with white sleeves. He also was wearing grey sweatpants, a black Nike hat, and aqua blue sneakers.
Police said the suspect gave no indication that he had a weapon.
Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Quincy Police.