Authorities in southeastern Michigan are asking for public help in identifying a man who robbed a bank in St. Clair County and is suspected in a string of robberies across the Lower Peninsula.
The sheriff's department said there were no arrests or leads by Sunday afternoon.
Sheriff Tim Donnellon says the stickup happened about noon Saturday at the Capac State Bank branch in Yale, 55 miles north-northeast of Detroit.
Donnellon says a man wearing sunglasses and a dark T-shirt entered the bank, implied he had a weapon and demanded money.
The sheriff has released a security camera photo of the suspect. He's described as white, about 40 and 5-foot-9 to 5-11 with a medium build.
Other robberies linked to him in recent weeks happened in Kalamazoo, Edmore and Brown City.