An approximately 35-year-old man escaped on foot after robbing the U.S. Bank on Main Street in Cary Thursday afternoon, police said.

Cary Police Chief Patrick Finlon said that police were called to the U.S. Bank, 25 West Main Street in Cary, just after 2 p.m. on Thursday for a bank robbery.

The suspect, described as a male white, 35 years old, wearing a black hat, gray jacket, black pants and a light tan backpack, walked into the bank and gave the teller a note.

The teller handed over an undisclosed amount of money to the man. The suspect fled on foot southbound from the bank. He may have got into a Black Ford Edge that was last seen heading towards Barrington.

No gun was displayed or implied, police added. Video footage from the bank is being processed by the FBI. The Cary Police Department and FBI continue to investigate.

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Authorities did not say if they believe the suspect is the serial bank robber who has struck in South Barrington, Hanover Park and Carpentersville.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Cary Police Department at 847-639-2341 or the McHenry County Crime Stoppers at 800-762-7867.