WARSAW — At approximately 11:35 a.m. Monday, Dec. 23, the First Federal Savings Bank located at 402 E. Center St. in Warsaw was robbed by a male subject. He was described as wearing a heavy, dark coat with the hood pulled over his head, black pants and camouflage material covering his face. The man displayed a note verifying his intentions of robbing the bank. He fled the business with an undetermined amount of money and ran off into an east-west alley between Center Street and Market Street, eastbound.
A witness followed the suspect into the alley and saw him get into the passenger seat of a smaller four-door vehicle, black in color. The vehicle drove off, further east in the alley. It is believed to be a foreign model sedan.
The suspect is believed to be a white male with a thin build and around 5’6″ or 5’7″ in height. He also was in possession of a black backpack. Until today, investigators had no information as to whether a vehicle was involved in these robberies or if any accomplices assisted this suspect.
The Warsaw Police Department has been in contact with local bank branches and has been sharing information with them regarding these cases. Anyone with information about today’s robbery or the others in the last several weeks is asked to contact the Warsaw Police Department at (574)372-9515 and ask to speak with the detective division.