BRIGHAM CITY -- Police are looking for a man used a gun when robbing a Brigham City credit union.
The suspect walked into the foyer of the USU Charter Credit Union, 1120 S. Main St., around 3:45 p.m. Thursday, said Brigham City Police Lt. Mike Nelsen.
"At this point, he turns to look outside and puts on a hat and a disguise," that included a beanie and black domino mask, he said.
The man then walked into the main area of the credit union, approached a teller, pointed a handgun at her and demanded money from the drawer, Nelsen said.
Once he had the money in a white bag, the suspect tried to get through a door leading into the teller area of the building, but a second employee stopped him by shoving against the door.
The suspect gave up and left on foot. He was last seen heading west, behind the Utah State University Extension campus.
The suspect is described as white, 5 feet 10 inches to 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighing about 245 pounds.
The disguise covered part of his face, but the suspect does have a small amount of light-colored facial hair, Nelsen said.
Detectives have released surveillance photos of the robbery and are asking for the public's help in catching the robber, Nelsen said.
Only the two female employees were present when the robbery occurred. No customers were in the credit union at the time.
The amount of money the man took was not disclosed.
Anyone with information is asked to call Brigham City police at 435-734-3800.