Fifth Third Bank branch robbed in Waukegan

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Surveillance photo of the man suspected of robbing a Fifth Third Bank branch Thursday morning in Waukegan. | FBI

A man robbed a Fifth Third Bank branch Thursday morning in north suburban Waukegan.

The robbery happened at 11:33 a.m. at the bank at 702 N. Green Bay Rd. in Waukegan, according to the FBI.

The robber did not show a weapon and no one was injured, the FBI said. He left the bank with an undisclosed amount of cash, according to Waukegan police.

The suspect is described as a white man in his 40s, about 150 pounds, and 5-foot-8 to 6 feet with a slender build, police and the FBI said. He was wearing a Chicago Bears knit hat, glasses and black coat.

Anyone with information should call the FBI at (312) 421-6700 or Waukegan police at (847) 360-9001.

Less than 24 hours earlier, a TCF Bank branch was robbed about two blocks away.

That robbery happened at the branch at 922 Green Bay Rd. at 6:50 p.m. Wednesday, authorities said. The suspect was described as a black man about 30, 6 feet and more than 200 pounds, police said. He was wearing a black hat, black hooded sweatshirt and breathing mask.

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Surveillance photo of the man suspected of robbing a Fifth Third Bank branch Thursday morning in Waukegan. | FBI

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