A man with a handgun robbed a U.S. Bank branch on Puyallup’s South Hill on Monday, according to Puyallup police.
Officers were called at 9:25 a.m. to the branch at 222 39th Ave. SW and told the bank had been robbed at gunpoint and that the robber fled south.
The robber entered the bank and ordered everyone to the floor, then threatened and demanded money from the tellers, police said.
Officers and a K-9 unit searched for the robber but could not find him.
Police described the man as in his 50s, between 5 feet 8 and 5 feet 10, with a slender-to-average build and a gray beard. He wore a tan hat, a dark jacket and blue jeans. His handgun was silver and black.