NEW DETAILS: Police release surveillance pictures of Hampton Cove bank robbery

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These surveillance pictures are from First Jackson Bank in Hampton Cove. Three men robbed the bank at 11:39 a.m. on Thursday, July 17. If you recognize these men, please call Huntsville Police at (256) 722-7100.

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Huntsville Police are investigating a bank robbery that happened Thursday morning in Hampton Cove.

Police released surveillance pictures on Friday showing the three suspects running in the bank at 11:39 a.m. July 17.  They wore bandanas to cover most of their faces.

Police say the manager of First Jackson Bank, on Sutton Road, said the three men had handguns and took money.

The men drove away in a tan vehicle, but the make and model wasn’t immediately known.

No one was hurt.

If you recognize the men in the photos, please call Huntsville Police at (256) 722-7100.

12 comments

    • Red

      I don’t want to confuse you Mike, because I suspect that would be easy, but a “gang” is more than just a group of people with a common objective.

      • Sheep Dog

        Huntsville has had gangs for years and they are active. If you don’t believe that then continue to keep your head in the sand.

      • Red

        Of course, I didn’t say that Huntsville didn’t have gangs, did I? This is the problem with a “conversation”. People can’t read. I didn’t even say that this robbery wasn’t performed by a gang. I was just telling Mr. Always Comment that his equation was false.

  • Michaelangelo

    24 hours later and still no description of the three men, nor of the getaway vehicle other than the color “tan”.
    They must not want to catch these men too badly.

    • Red

      Or… the media doesn’t know EVERYTHING that law enforcement knows. That may be a slightly more likely conclusion for a genius to draw.

      • Michaelangelo

        What makes you assume that I was talking about the media? Last I checked, it was law enforcement’s job to “catch these men”.
        Are you just trying to start arguments?

  • RSRN

    Is there any particular reason that you choose such an abrasive tone in what seems to be the majority of your postings Red?

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