Authorities say a note a bank robber used to demand money from a teller may have had the robber's name on it.
Authorities say a man walked into the Bank of the West in Englewood, Colo. on September 5, and gave the teller a note written on a bank check.
The note said, "Give me all the money in your drawer Now!"
The name and account numbers on the check were crossed out but the information was still legible.
Almost $5,000 was taken.
A federal arrest warrant on a charge of bank robbery was issued Friday for 27-year-old Forest Kelly Bissonnette.
A tipster told investigators a man named Forrest told the tipster he had taken $5,000 from a bank.
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