Police are appealing for information after a man entered a bank in the Swiss Cottage area and told staff he had a bomb before escaping with an undisclosed amount of cash.
The robbery took place at Barclays Bank in Finchley Road, in north west London on July 12. The man passed a note to the cashier stating: 'I have a bomb give me the money.'
Anyone who recognises the man shown in the CCTV still or has information that may assist police is asked to contact Finchley Flying Squad on 020 8358 1751 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
The robbery took place shortly before 12.45pm on Friday, 19 July, at the Western Union branch in Finchley Road, NW3.
Two men entered the store - one brandishing a handgun, the other armed with a sledgehammer.
The suspect holding the gun threatened to shoot staff and demanded they hand over money.
Meanwhile, the second suspect repeatedly struck the glass screen that separates staff from customers with the sledgehammer.
Between £8,000 and £10,000 was given to the men by a terrified staff member.
They then ran south down Finchley Road before turning left into Fitzjohns Avenue. They then got into a waiting car, a silver Renault Laguna, and drove away north, in the direction of Hampstead.
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Magnificent send-off for Margaret Thatcher. Rightly so for longest-serving British PM of 20th Century. RIP.
Chancellor George Osborne tweeted that today was " a moving, almost overwhelming day".
A moving, almost overwhelming day.
Osborne was earlier seen wiping away a tear during an anecdote told by the Bishop of London at Margaret Thatcher's funeral.
We would like to thank Londoners and visitors to the city for their co-operation today, particularly in relation to travel disruptions. We are also grateful to those members of the public who spoke with us prior to the event and enabled us to facilitate their peaceful protest in a way which did not impact either their protest or those who wished to pay their respects.It is as ever testament to the public that yet another large scale ceremonial event, viewed by the world's media, has been successful.
All roads closed for Baroness Thatcher's funeral have now reopened.
Former chief policy adviser to Margaret Thatcher, John Redwood, described her as "the best boss I ever had".
"We had to work very long hours to keep up with her," he said.
Fighting back tears he said:
The most moving moment inside the cathedral was when they opened up the great doors and we could hear the noise outside.
It was exactly the kind of tribute you would hope for - we are grieving a loss but also commemorating a life well-led, an extraordinarily active life.
Asked about protests, he simply said: "It is a free country."
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