From the SPD Blotter:
On March 30th at approximately 11:30 p.m. officers responded to a forced-entry burglary of a bank in the 2700 block of 1st Avenue South. Preliminary investigation indicates that the suspect(s) entered the bank through a smashed out window. Money was stolen and the suspect(s) remain at large. The bank was not open for business at the time of the burglary. There is no suspect(s) description available at this time.
During an area search officers located some money near the southbound ramp to I-5 from the West Seattle Bridge. The ramp was briefly shut down while officers recovered the money. It is unknown at this time if the money is related to the bank burglary. Detectives responded to the burglary scene and continue to actively investigate.