Johnson City police say a Main Street bank branch was robbed by a masked man who then rode away on a small mountain bicycle.

The bandit reportedly displayed a black handgun at the NBT Bank at 331 Main Street around 1:20 p.m. Friday. He left the site just north of Wilson Medical Center with some cash.

Authorities say the suspect was described as a Black man; 6-feet tall; wearing dark-colored pants, dark shoes, a light blue denim jacket, a black hat with long dark hair. The robber had a backpack and a black-and-white bag.

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The man was last seen riding the bike in the area of St. Charles Street, a short distance from the bank.

Police are asking people with security cameras in the area to view video recorded from 1:20 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. Friday.

Those who have information about the robbery may contact Johnson City police at (607) 729-9321.

Johnson City NBT Bank Branch Robbed

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