Police still looking for man that robbed bank in Roseville


At approximately 3:20 PM, October 30th 2017, an armed robbery occurred at the Citizen’s National Bank, located at 100 South Main Street, Roseville, IL. No one was injured.

The suspect is described as a white male, approximately 40 years old or older, 5’3” to 5’8”, sandy colored hair, possibly a mustache and/or facial hair, wearing a tri- colored coat consisting of a dark color, light blue, and white; blue jeans, white tennis shoes, possibly a camo hat, sunglasses, a white colored material worn over the face, and armed with what appeared to be a handgun. The suspect was carrying a black duffle bag. The suspect was last seen on foot going west from the bank.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation, Illinois State Police CSI, and Warren County Sheriff’s Deputies were on scene investigating the matter throughout the afternoon and evening. The Monmouth Police Department also provided assistance.

The matter continues under investigation by the FBI and Warren County Sheriff’s Office.

No other details are being released at this time.

Anyone with information in this matter is encouraged to contact the Warren County Sheriff’s Office at (309) 734-8505, or Crime Stoppers at (309) 734-9363

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