The person that Franklin police believe robbed a bank there May 18 may have also robbed a bank in Troy the day before, officials said.
Franklin and Troy police detectives believe the same man may be responsible for both robberies because of their similar descriptions, including a possible wig, Franklin Police Chief Russell Whitman said.
At 3:04 p.m. Friday, the Union Savings Bank at Second and Millard streets in Franklin was robbed by a man, according to police.
The suspect was described as a tall, white man with long hair and a mustache wearing a blue shirt, green pants with tennis shoes.
According to dispatch traffic, he may have been wearing a wig.
On Thursday evening, a man possibly wearing a wig and a fake mustache robbed Unity National Bank.
The suspect in that robbery is described as a tall, slender man wearing glasses and carrying a red duffle bag.
He fled on foot with an undisclosed amount of cash, police said.
No weapon was seen during the Troy robbery reported just before 5 p.m. at the bank, 1314 W. Main St., and there were no injuries.
Anyone with information about the Franklin bank robbery is is asked to contact the Franklin Police Department at 937-746-2882 or to call its 1TIP hotline at 937-743-1TIP (1847)
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