EDMONDS, Wash. -
Police are hoping clear surveillance photos will help them find a man who robbed an Edmonds bank a few hours after its grand opening.
Police said the man walked into the new Key Bank branch Monday afternoon and told bank tellers he had a gun.
He then collected cash and walked out.
Nearby schools were put on lockdown as a precaution and police used K-9s to try to find the robber, but he was not found.
No one was hurt.
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