Upper Darby police are looking for a man who robbed a bank of $20,000 in 15 seconds on Tuesday without ever saying a word.
The man entered the Bank of America branch on Garrett Road near Shadeland around 2 p.m. armed with a knife, police said. He bolted for the cashiers' counter and jumped on top of it, said Upper Darby Police Superintendent Michael Chitwood.
Without a word, he laid down his knife and grabbed two stacks of money totaling $20,000 that a cashier was counting, police said.
He then fled and jumped in to a green Honda Civic. Chitwood said the robber was in the bank for just about 15 seconds.