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Man with Shotgun Robs Kelliher Bank

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The Beltrami County Sheriff's Office is looking for someone who robbed the First State Bank of Big Fork in Kelliher, Minnesota.

911 Dispatch Center received a call on Monday afternoon at 2:27. Kelliher is located on Highway 72 about 55 miles north of Bemidji in Beltrami County. 
 
Authorities say someone entered the bank, dressed in a white hooded cloth or Tyvek type coveralls, with black tennis shoes and black gloves, along with a white plastic Halloween type ghost mask and carrying a large black bag.

The suspect pointed a shotgun with a silver type barrel at the bank employee. An undetermined amount of money was taken, and the suspect left on foot headed east from the bank.

No vehicle was seen in the area however information has been developed that a smaller passenger car, unknown color, with a 52-58" wheel base and 7 1/2-8" tires may have possibly been involved.
 
The Beltrami County Sheriff's Department is asking for help tracking the person down. If you saw anyone matching the clothing description or who appears to have come into a significant amount of cash with no apparent source, call the Beltrami County Sheriff's Office at 218-333-9111.
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