Charlottesville police are not releasing any surveillance video or pictures from Monday's robbery at the United Bank on the downtown mall.
Lieutenant Ronnie Roberts says detectives made the decision because it's in the best interest of the case to hold any images as evidence.
"Obviously, there are a lot of things going on behind the scenes that a lot of people don't know about and the other side of it too is that we don't want to compromise a lot of work that has been done, leg work that has been done by these detectives," said Roberts.
The search is still on for the man suspected of robbing the bank. Charlottesville police are working with the FBI on the investigation. The FBI also said they will not release any more information at this time.
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