Police are searching for a man who robbed a midtown Tulsa bank, Tuesday

by: Lynn Casey Updated:

TULSA, Okla —

Tulsa Police need help finding a man who robbed a midtown Tulsa bank, Tuesday.

It happened at Bank of Oklahoma on 32nd and Peoria around 1:45 in the afternoon.

FOX23 attached a picture of the robber who walked into the bank and gave a demanding note to the teller.

The note said he had a gun, and wanted money.

Tulsa Police told FOX23, a business across the street saw the man walking toward the bank from the north side of Peoria.

The business said the man went back the same direction to escape with the money. 

The bank’s cameras did get an almost perfectly clear picture of the suspect.

Tulsa Police Detectives told FOX23, it didn’t surprise him the suspect didn’t cover his face. 

“No. People I guess just haven’t learned. There’s plenty of stupidity to go around,” says Sgt. Brandon Watkins.

They’re asking anyone who recognizes the robber in the pictures, to call Crime Stoppers, at 918-596-2677