The incident occurred at 2208 Ivy Road.
This is a Virginia hat, photographed at Mincer's.
An image from a security camera gives the public the chance to catch a thief, as the suspect in Thursday's Charlottesville bank robbery appears on a security camera image with his face exposed and his head topped by a Vancouver Canucks baseball-style cap.
The suspect on the early afternoon incident on August 25 has been described as an African-American man standing 5'5" to 5'8" and weighing between 180-200 pounds. In addition to his hockey team hat, he was sporting a light-colored t-shirt and light-colored shorts.
According to an Albemarle County Police release, witnesses say the suspect entered the Ivy Road branch of Union Bank, handed a teller a note demanding cash along with "a threat of bodily harm" and then fled on foot with an undisclosed amount of cash.
Police urge anyone with information regarding the incident to contact the Albemarle County Police Department at 434-296-5807 or Crime Stoppers at 434-977-4000. There's typically a reward offered by Crime Stoppers.
Saturday addendum: Some question has arisen over the team name on the hat. According to Albemarle police spokesperson Darrell Byers, it's definitely a Canucks hat and not a Virginia hat. For starters, the hat bears the blue and green colors of the Canucks, and a Virginia hat would likely be blue and orange. (Click for second photo to see a similar Virginia hat.)