Cops identify 58-year-old man wanted for downtown bank robbery

CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - Charleston police are still looking for a 58-year-old man they say is responsible for last week's bank robbery at Meeting and Calhoun streets.

Charleston Police Department spokesman Charles Francis said 58-year-old Clyde Spillers, of North Charleston, robbed the First Citizens Bank at 317 Meeting Street on the morning of September 20.

Somehow, Spillers managed to walk out of the robbery without being spotted by any witnesses at the scene.

"Amazed I didn't see nothing or hear nothing, but I guess some people are pretty slick about that," said Bill Branham who was sitting on a bench in Marion Square at the time of the robbery.

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