A man who Auburn police say they are searching for in a bank robbery was once accused of shooting a man at a Cicero party in 2009.
Hall is currently accused of robbing Generations Bank on North Seward Avenue on June 5, Auburn police detective Meagan Kalet said in a news release.
Police said in the release that Hall is “armed and dangerous.”
During the robbery he brandished a handgun, police said. The motorcycle he was seen riding in Auburn near the time of the robbery was found, but his gun has not been found, police said.
Police in Auburn have released the name and photographs of a man they say robbed a bank last week.
They’re looking for Dustin W. Hall, 31.
“Hall is considered armed and dangerous,” police said in a news released Thursday. “The gun displayed at the bank has not been recovered.”
Police say the Generations Bank on N. Seward Ave. was robbed on Wednesday, June 5. In surveillance photos released, you can see a man with a bandana covering his face, pointing a gun at a teller.
Police say Hall’s last known location is North Syracuse and that Hall has ties to Syracuse and Auburn.