Racine man charged following Wells Fargo Bank robbery

RACINE, Wis. (CBS 58) -- A 44-year-old Racine man has been charged following a bank robbery at Wells Fargo.

Christopher Demark is accused of robbing the Wells Fargo Bank on Martin Luther King Drive on March 14.

According to the criminal complaint, a female teller was approached by a male suspect wearing a black hat, sunglasses, and thick black coat. 

The suspect allegedly placed his backpack on the counter in front of the teller, opened it up, and displayed a firearm. 

The suspect then allegedly told the teller, "This is a robbery, give me all your $100s and $50s."

According to the criminal complaint, the suspect was not pleased with the amount of money and told the teller, "This can't be all the money, don't play with me."

The teller then allegedly pulled out the entire drawer to show the suspect that she had given him all the money he demanded. The suspect then allegedly demanded all the contents of the drawers with the exception of the money with dye packs.

According to the criminal complaint, the suspect then took the money, put it in his backpack, told the teller he was sorry, and left.

The teller made off with $4,035.

The suspect was identified through surveillance pictures. 

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