The FBI is seeking help from local residents to identify a man seen on surveillance video robbing a credit union inside a West Anchorage Carrs Safeway store.

In a statement from the FBI’s Kevin Donovan, the assistant special agent in charge of the bureau’s Anchorage office, investigators say the robbery occurred just after 10:45 a.m. Monday, at the AlaskaUSA Federal Credit Union branch located inside the Aurora Village Carrs Safeway at 1650 W. Northern Lights Blvd.

“As the subject arrived at the teller station, he removed his gloves and verbally demanded money while gesturing and pointing with his hands,” investigators wrote. “The subject obtained an undisclosed amount of money, placed it in a white plastic grocery bag which he had previously stuffed in his coat sleeve, and fled the bank and Carrs on foot via the tobacco shop exit.”

Bureau officials describe the suspect -- seen in five images from surveillance cameras accompanying the statement -- as a white man in his mid-forties, standing about 5 feet, 8 inches tall with a medium build; he reportedly has brown and gray hair, with either light stubble or no facial hair.

“He was wearing dark-toned shoes, khaki pants, black gloves, a large black puffy winter coat with a hood (the hood was down), sunglasses with iridescent tinted lenses and thick black and red plastic frames, and a black ball cap with a white logo and lettering on the front,” investigators wrote.

Anyone with information on the robbery is asked to call either the Anchorage FBI office at 907-276-4441 or the Anchorage Police Department at 907-786-8500.

An AlaskaUSA location on Dimond Boulevard was one of two South Anchorage credit union branches robbed of more than $3,600 by an unarmed man in late February and early March. A suspect in those heists, 25-year-old Cameron Patrick Fergerson, faces federal bank robbery charges.