The Seabrook Police Department responded to a Bank Robbery that occurred at the Provident Bank at 1 Provident Way this afternoon at approximately 2:38pm. A white male, early 20's, thin build made off with an undisclosed amount of money. He was described as having dark hair, wearing dark blue jeans, brown boots, a thin black hooded shirt and black cotton gloves. He was last seen running across Provident Way southbound near Lafayette Road. Seabrook Police is asking for the public's help in identifying a person of interest regarding the Bank Robbery. If you have any information please contact Detective Dan Lawrence at 603-474-5200.
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