Man with note fails in 'audacious' Bolton bank robbery
A man has failed in an "audacious" bank robbery in Greater Manchester, police have said.
He entered Lloyds Bank on Halliwell Road, Bolton, on Friday afternoon and showed a note to a cashier.
It said: "Do not raise alarm, I have gun and hammer in bag, put £3,000 in envelope and no dye pack."
Police said the man, in his early 20s, then got nervous and left empty-handed. The force have appealed for witnesses to come forward.
The man is described as being of mixed race, of slim build and had short hair.
He was wearing a pale grey top with a hood and was carrying a black rucksack.
Det Sgt Scott Brady, said: "This was an audacious attempt to rob a bank and, not knowing how genuine the threat was, the cashier has obviously been left shaken."