The man who robbed a central Auckland bank this morning made a quick change of clothes to avoid detection, police say.
The Caucasian man, thought to be in his late 50s, walked into the BNZ in Queen St at 10.20am. He showed a teller a note and a firearm he was carrying.
Police said he made off with a small amount of money and quickly fled around the corner from the bank.
He went into the Right Track bar where he removed his blue beanie and big, dark jacket.
He left the pub wearing a pink and yellow short-sleeved shirt over a black long-sleeved T-shirt, blue jeans, black shoes and a cream sunhat.
Anyone with information about this man his whereabouts or identity is urged to contact Auckland city police on 09 302 6516.
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