Cops are hunting a man who allegedly robbed money from a bank to buy a used truck while the salesman waited outside. About 10 a.m. Tuesday, a man took the truck for a test drive from a downtown car dealership. The salesman tagged along and the two went to a bank near 111 Avenue and Groat Road, where he waited inside the truck while the man went inside. The man told the salesman he needed to get money to pay for the truck. The salesman didn't know it, but the man allegedly passed a note to a bank teller demanding cash. He got the cash and left the bank. He climbed inside the truck and told the salesman he wanted to show the truck to a friend in Sherwood Park before buying it. He drove the truck to a gas station near the Lakeland Village trailer park. The salesman had become suspicious, so as soon as the man left the truck to go into the gas station, he took the keys from the truck and called 911. The alleged robber realized what was going on and fled on foot. Cops believe the alleged robber is Marcel Perrot, 40. He's a Metis male who stands about six-foot-one and weighs 230 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes and several tattoos including a unicorn on his right shoulder, a dragon and panther on his left shoulder, and a serpent on his upper right arm. Cops want anyone with information on this robbery or the suspect to call them at 780-423-4567 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.