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Nottinghamshire Police have issued a new CCTV image of a man they wish to speak to in relation to the bank robbery in Netherfield.

A man walked into the TSB, in Victoria Road at around 3.45pm on Monday 1st February. He then threatened a bank worker who handed over a quantity of cash. The man fled the scene on foot.

Police are looking for a man who is around 5ft 7ins tall and was wearing a silver necklace and facial hair clearly visible in the picture.

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Detective Inspector Richard Monk said: “The new CCTV image we are issuing is so clear I am confident someone out there will recognise this man immediately.

“This man walked along a busy high street in broad daylight to and from the bank.

“There will have been shoppers and motorists who will have seen him and will have seen the direction he will have travelled.

“If you know him, have seen him or have any other information about him or the incident, please call us straight away on 101.”

This is the second time that the branch has been robbed in the space of 18 months, with the previous incident taking place in August 2014.

If you are calling with information people are being asked to quote incident number 572 of 1 February 2016.