Man robs bank in Uptown

He left with $1,500 in cash and has not been located.

A Chicago police car.

A robbery was reported at a bank in Uptown Dec. 22.

Sun-Times file photo

A man robbed a bank Tuesday morning in the Uptown neighborhood.

Heentered the branch about 10:15 a.m.in the 5100 block of Clark Streetand demanded cash, according to a preliminary report from Chicago police.

He left with $1,500 in cash and has not been located. It’s unclear if he had a weapon.

The FBI hasn’t releaseda description ofthe suspect.

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