Akron Police are looking for the public's help finding a suspected bank robber.
According to a press release from the police, the suspect walked into the PNC Bank at 1 Cascade Plaza around 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon and handed the teller a note. The note reportedly demanded $8,000 in cash and claimed that the man had a gun.
The suspect (pictured) is described as a black male, between 40 and 45 years old, around 6 feet tall, approximately 190 pounds with a mustache.
Anyone with information is asked to call Akron Police.
It wasn't long after Akron Police circulated his photo that Deandre L. Garrett, 26, turned himself in, they say.
According to a police report, Garrett is alleged to have walked into the PNC Bank at 889 West Market Street last Friday just before 3 p.m., handed the teller a note demanding money, and walked out with cash. According to the report, Garrett made threats of a gun, but no gun was seen during the robbery.
During the alleged robbery a very clear photo of Garrett was snapped. He turned himself in Monday. He's facing multiple charges.
A 23 year old Cuyahoga Falls man has been arrested, and charged with robbery for a hold up at the PNC Bank branch in Tallmadge on June 23rd.
Tallmadge police say Jacob K. Onusic jumped over the counter and demanded money from employees, and he was identified through traces of DNA left at the crime scene. He's in the Summit County jail now.
Still at large, though, is a suspect who drove the get-away car, in which Onusic is alleged to have escaped.