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Surveillance photo of the suspect who robbed a bank Tuesday morning in Gurnee. | FBI

NorStates Bank branch robbed in Gurnee

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A bank robbery was reported Tuesday morning in north suburban Gurnee.

The non-takeover robbery happened at 8:59 a.m. at the NorStates Bank branch at 5384 Grand Ave. in Gurnee, according tothe FBI.

The suspect was described as a white man in his 30s with blue eyes, about 6-foot with a slim build, according to the FBI. He was wearing prescription glasses with black, square frames, a dark beanie hat, a dark buttoned coat, blue jeans with holes or tears in the knees and gloves.

Anyone with information is asked to call the FBI’s Chicago office at (312) 421-6700.

Surveillance photo of the suspect who robbed a bank Tuesday morning in Gurnee. | FBI

Surveillance photo of the suspect who robbed a bank Tuesday morning in Gurnee. | FBI

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