Police have released details of a second suspect they want to trace in connection with a bank robbery in Burton.
The Royal Bank of Scotland on Station Street was raided at 2.25pm on Thursday (June 21).
A man believed the be driving the car the robber got away in has been identified by detectives.
DS Ian Fitzgerald, who is leading the investigation, said: “Detectives are continuing to carry out enquiries, including extensive CCTV checks.
“We have established a second man was involved in the incident and we want to hear from anyone who saw either man at any point yesterday afternoon.
“The second man, who did not enter the bank, is described as white, aged in his 40s and had short or shaven hair. He wore khaki shorts and a long-sleeved yellow high-vis jacket with a green t-shirt underneath.
“The men drove off in a dark coloured estate car which was last seen travelling along Worthington Way and then onto Library Drive. I am therefore appealing to anyone who may have seen the car in that area to contact us.”
The robber who entered the bank was black, aged in his 40s, 6ft 2 ins tall with a medium build. He wore a white hard hat, an orange high-vis top and a black hoody.
Anyone with information is asked to contact DS Fitzgerald at Staffordshire Police on 101 quoting incident number 372 of June 21. Alternatively, they can contact independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.