Bank robber still at large

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Law enforcement officials hope the unique knife carried by a bank robber will help lead to his identification. The top of the knife's handle appears to be in the shape of an eagle's head.

Courtesy<Br><br> Law enforcement officials hope the unique knife carried by a bank robber will help lead to his identification. The top of the knife's handle appears to be in the shape of an eagle's head.

KINGMAN - As of Friday afternoon, the Mohave County Sheriff's Office was still looking for a man who attempted to rob one local bank and succeeded at another Thursday.

The suspect, about 6-foot-1, is a white man in his early 20s. He was wearing a dark green, floppy camouflage hat, big brown sunglasses, a dark gray or black shirt over a white T-shirt and blue jeans with dark boots. He was carrying a unique knife on his hip. He did not threaten anyone with the knife.

He was last seen walking westward from the National Bank of Arizona on Highway 68.

He attempted to rob the Wells Fargo Bank in Bashas' at 1:09 p.m. on Andy Devine Avenue.

When a bank teller hesitated, the suspect left without any money.

The suspect was successful half an hour later at the National Bank of Arizona on Highway 68 in Golden Valley, where he got away with an undisclosed amount of money.

The suspect left the bank walking west. It is unknown if the suspect got into a vehicle or not.

No one was hurt in either robbery.

Anyone with information should call Kingman Police Department, (928) 753-2191 or the Mohave County Sheriff's Office (928) 753-0753.

Mohave County Silent Witness is also offering a reward. Call them at 928 753-1234.