Man robbed Monday at Wells Fargo automated teller machine

December 4, 2012 

A 26-year-old Columbus man was robbed of $215 Monday while making a deposit at Wells Fargo Bank on Bradley Park Drive, police said.

The man wasn't injured in the 2 p.m. holdup at the automated teller machine at 1607 Bradley Park Drive.

In a report, the victim told police an armed man jumped into his vehicle at the ATM machine. The man gave the gunman the money and he left the vehicle.

The robber may have fled in a silver Honda Pilot. The victim drove to his home and reported the robbery to police about 90 minutes later.

The suspect was described as black, 6 feet tall, about 20-25 years old and weighing 200 pounds. No clothing description was available.

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