WOODRUFF, SC (FOX Carolina) The Woodruff Police Chief said his officers are investigating after a North Main Street bank was robbed Tuesday afternoon.

Chief Ryan says the reported crime occurred at Arthur State Bank just after 3 p.m. He said a man walked into the bank, handed the teller a note, and insinuated that he had a weapon - though it was never made visible. 

The suspect was reportedly wearing a baseball cap pulled low over his face so as to obscure his identity. Chief Ryan says it is unclear at this time how much money was taken. 

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Bank robbery suspect's vehicle caught on surveillance footage. 

The suspect took off in in a red, four-door vehicle that did not have a license plate. 

SLED is expected to assist Woodruff Police in their investigation. Officers are currently conducting interviews.

Stay with FOX Carolina as we get updates. 


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