EDINBURGH — Police in Johnson and Bartholomew counties are looking for a man who robbed a credit union Monday, then fled in a car that was found on fire.
According to the Bartholomew County Sheriff's Department, the robbery took place about 2:30pm at the Centra Credit Union on U.S. 31 in Edinburgh, near the Johnson-Bartholomew County line.
A security camera recorded a photo of the suspect who is described as about 5'6" and weighing 180-pounds
He was dressed in a gray hoodie, black jacket and a black ball cap.
A scarf covered his face and he was wearing glasses.
The suspect fled in a gold colored passenger car.
The vehicle was found on fire a short distance from the credit union on Tannehill Road.
Investigators are not saying how much money the suspect took from the credit union.
There were no injuries and a weapon was not displayed.
The sheriff's department says there are several leads in the case and if you have any information that can help in the investigation, contact the Bartholomew County Sheriff’s Office at 812-379-1650.
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