UPDATE: A man has been arrested in connection to the incident.
UPDATE: Pittsburgh police have not made any arrests in yesterday's bank robbery in Brookline, but they have provided a description of the suspect.
The suspect is a white man, about 5 feet 10 inches tall, with a medium build and brown hair. He was wearing a brown pullover jacket, blue jeans, black gloves and a blue baseball cap with a "P" on it. He also had a black-and-white scarf covering his face.
At around 11 a.m. on Monday, the man walked into the PNC Bank branch on Brookline Boulevard and demanded money. A teller gave him money, and then the man ran out of the bank's front door and down Stebbins Avenue. No weapons were used during the incident.
Those with information are asked to contact the Pittsburgh police Robbery Squad at 412-323-7151.
A man went to the bank and demanded money, reportedly without a weapon, WTAE reported. The man has not been identified, and no injuries have been reported.
Pittsburgh police were not immediately available for comment. A representative from PNC Bank would not comment about the incident and would not give information about whether the bank will be open during normal hours.
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