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The Randolph County Sheriff's Office has released these images of the suspect in a bank robbery in Beverly on Saturday.

Randolph County Sheriff’s Office seeks info on Beverly bank robbery

The Randolph County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information on a bank robbery that occurred Saturday morning in Beverly.

On Saturday, February 8, at approximately 9:50 a.m., the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office responded to a reported robbery at the Beverly branch of Citizen’s Bank of West Virginia, according to a press release from sheriff Mark Brady.

The suspect is believed to be a white male who was wearing a black toboggan (possibly Carhartt) with a facemask, a camouflage coat, black hoody, light colored jeans and work boots.

He fled the bank on foot after the robbery. At that time, he was in possession of a light gray colored bag with dark gray designs containing an undisclosed amount of U.S. currency.

A dark-colored small SUV was discovered on surveillance in the area of the bank and departing through the cemetery in Beverly during the robbery time frame.

Anyone with possible information is urged to contact the Sheriff’s Office at (304) 636-2000 and ask to speak with a deputy. Anyone with video surveillance in the area is also asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office. If you believe you have observed the suspect, immediately report the sighting to 911.

The West Virginia State Police, Elkins Police Department and the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources Police assisted the Sheriff’s Office with the investigation.

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