After a Chase bank was robbed, Bexley police visited other banks in the city, hoping that might help them catch the suspect.

After a Chase bank was robbed, Bexley police visited other banks in the city, hoping that might help them catch the suspect.

At 11 a.m. March 26, a man wearing a mask and hooded sweatshirt entered the Chase bank at 2660 E. Main St. and yelled for employees to give him money or he would shoot. He was holding a handgun and pointed it at two employees as they placed money in a bag.

Sgt. Tony Martin said after the robbery, police officers visited other banks in Bexley.

"We stopped in and talked to them, let them know what happened, see if the guy had been in there," Martin said.

He said police also were interested in finding out if surveillance had picked up any suspicious activity at those banks.

The robber was described as a black man, 5-foot-9 with a thin build, in his 20s or early 30s. He was wearing a gray jacket over a dark hooded sweatshirt, gray pants and dark shoes. He had a tan cloth over his face.

Bexley police are working with the FBI but have no leads, Martin said.

Anyone with information can contact the Bexley Police Department at 559-4444 or the FBI at 744-2168.