DENVER (CBS4)– Police in Denver and the FBI are investigating a man who walked into a bank and claimed he had a bomb.

Police said a man entered the Key Bank at Hampden and Monaco at 10:15 a.m. Wednesday. He claimed there was a bomb in his duffel bag and left it inside the bank.

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The man did not show a weapon and left the bank shortly after that interaction. He got away on foot.

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The Bomb Squad of the Denver Police Department responded to the bank. No bomb was found. No one was hurt.

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The man is described as Hispanic in his mid-30s, wearing a Broncos hat, blue polo shirt, khaki pants. He was clean shaven.