The police have not yet managed to catch a 25-year-old man who on January 25 robbed a Hansabank branch in the town of Vändra.
The robber who entered the bank before its closing time jumped over the counter, grabbed EEK 2,000 in cash and ran away.
The photo of the criminal was captured by the bank's surveillance camera and has been shown on public television.
The man was later spotted by a Falck security patrol, but managed to escape and was not found.
Since the robber is believed to have lost one shoe during the escape the police have warned local family doctors.
The robber spoke Estonian.
Source : BBN