Police are searching for this man in connection with a South Surrey bank robbery.

RCMP searching for South Surrey bank robbery suspect

Witnesses with information about Tuesday's incident are asked to call police.

A South Surrey bank was the target of a robbery Tuesday afternoon.

ScotiaBank in Grandview Corners, located at 160 Street and 24 Avenue, was evacuated and cordoned off with police tape after a man entered the bank and demanded money.

According to police, no weapon was produced and no one was injured.

The suspect is described as a caucasian male, clean-shaven, about six-foot and wearing a dark grey toque with stripes, a dark grey bomber-style jacket and blue jeans, as well as sunglasses.

In August 2014, the same bank was targeted by an armed robber who pepper-sprayed a number of bank customers and staff.

Anyone with information is asked to call RCMP at 604-599-0502.

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