AUBURN, Ind. (WANE) — Police in Auburn are looking for the person who robbed a bank on the city’s east side.

Auburn Police were called around 10:30 a.m. to the Farmers & Merchants State Bank at 403 Erie Pass, near Parkview DeKalb Hospital, on a report of a bank robbery.

According to Indiana State Police, the robber handed a note to a teller demanding money. He indicated he was armed, however no weapon was displayed.

Photo of bank robbery suspect

After being given cash, the robber left in what is believed to be a silver car heading east on Erie Pass.

While no injuries were reported, the man is considered armed and dangerous

He’s described as being a Black man in his mid to late 20s, about 6′ 3″ tall with a thin build. He was wearing a red athletic style jacket and pants, a black ball cap and a silver mask.

Angie Lee lives next door to the bank and says she was surprised to see the scene when she arrived home on Thursday.

“Crime scene tape all over the bank. Lots of police vehicles. I didn’t feel like we would have to be dealing with a robbery right next door. I did get a text message from somebody at work and they said hey is there a lot of action going on at your place in the back yard. So, yeah people heard about it.” Lee said.

Anyone that may have information that may help with their investigation, please contact the Indiana State Police Fort Wayne Post @ (260)432-8661 (option 8) and ask for Detective(s) Jake Quick or Clint Hetrick.