The Nassau County Sheriff's Office has named a suspect in the attempted robbery of the Southeastern Bank on County Road 108 in Hilliard on Wednesday afternoon.
According to witnesses, a man approached a teller’s window about 3:20 p.m. and told the teller to give him her money. The man then reached in to grab some money that was on the counter under a tape dispenser. As he reached in, the teller snatched the money back away from him. The man then ran out of the bank and got on a red mountain bicycle and left the area. He was last seen traveling south on Pecan Street.
No weapon was displayed during the incident.
The suspect was described to be a white man with black, shoulder-length hair with a goatee. He is approximately 6 feet tall and weighs about 150 pounds. He was wearing blue jeans, a blue and gray Dallas Cowboys hoodie and a baseball cap.
Nassau County deputies and other responding law enforcement agencies searched the area, but did not locate him.
Witnesses came forward an identified the suspect as Randall Rockwll Woodard, 42, of Callahan. The Sheriff's Office has obtained an arrest warrant charging him with attempted robbery by sudden snatching and is actively looking for him.
Anyone with any information about Woodard's whereabouts is asked to call the Nassau County Sheriff’s Office on its toll-free line: 855-725-2630.