WILLIAMSPORT -- Police cruisers crawled up and down Donelson Drive Friday morning as officers scanned the residential neighborhood for a man who robbed the Washington County Teachers Federal Credit Union.
Police said the robber got away with more than $2,000.
Officers from Maryland State Police, the Hagerstown Police Department and the Washington County Sheriff's Department used a police dog and a helicopter in their efforts to find the man who police said robbed the credit union at 16802 Virginia Ave. at 9:20 a.m.
The robber remained at large Friday evening, police said. He was described as about 5 feet 10 inches tall with a thin to medium build, wearing a black hooded sweat shirt and dark denim jeans, and carrying a backpack, police said.
No weapon was shown during the robbery and there were no injuries, according to Maryland State Police investigator Scott Bare.
Only a teller and a manager were inside the credit union when the man went inside and demanded money, Bare said.