A Little Rock unsolved bank robbery is our Capital City Cold Case

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    In Wednesday night's Capital City Cold Case, the cases may be old but not forgotten. That's why Today's THV has partnered with Little Rock Police to try and solve them.

    Officer Bruce Jones with the Little Rock Police Department sits down with THV's Liz Massey to talk about the case.

    It happened July 16, 2007 at about 4:30 p.m. at the Bank of the Ozarks at 11102 N. Rodney Parham.

    Jones says a white male in his 40s to 50s, about 5'9", walked up to the teller where he advised that he was there to make a withdrawal and handed her a note. 

    The teller looked at the paper and did not see an amount. Jones says she asked him again about the transaction and he backed away from the counter revealing a black handgun in his waistband. He told the teller at that time, "This a robbery just stay calm."

    The teller handed him some money and the suspect walked out the front door.

    He was wearing a blue ball cap and blue/gray striped shirt, weighing about 170-180 lbs with brown and gray hair and a beard.

    Jones says there is a $5,000 reward in this case. If you have any information call 501-371-4660 or 501-918-5369.

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