DRACUT — Dracut police are investigating a robbery at the TD Bank branch on Bridge Street near the Lowell line, and hoping someone can help them identify a suspect captured in a surveillance photo.

Officers were called to the bank about 5:35 p.m., for a report of a robbery. There were no reported injuries.

Deputy Police Chief David Chartrand said the suspect passed a note to a teller demanding money, but did not display a weapon.

The suspect was described as a white male, 25- to 35-years-old, about 5 feet, 6 inches tall. He wore a white sweatshirt under a dark-green hooded sweatshirt and a beige camouflage hat with an American flag on it, according to Chartrand.

The suspect was believed to have run away northbound on Bridge Street in the direction of Kearsage Avenue, according to Chartrand.

The heist was at least the 10th time since 2008 that the branch has been robbed. The most recent robbery there was in 2014. A suspect in that heist was arrested several days later.

Police quickly released a surveillance photo showing the suspect in the latest heist pushing a note toward a teller. Officers and at least one canine unit were searching the area immediately after the robbery.

Anyone with information or who recognizes the man in the surveillance photo is asked to call Dracut police at 978-957-2123.

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