Temple police have released a sketch and composite image of a man who robbed a Scott & White employee at knifepoint on August 14.

According to a news release, a Texas Rangers forensics artist produced the images based upon descriptions provided by the victim, including a tattoo he observed on the suspect's back.

The suspect was described as a thin white man with short blonde hair, standing around 5'11" tall. He was last seen wearing a red shirt and blue jeans.

The robbery occurred in a laundry area of the Scott & White campus at 2401 South 31st shortly before 11:30 AM on Sunday, August 14.

According to the victim, the suspect entered the area with a knife before engaging in a physical struggle with him. During the struggle, the suspect was able to steal the victim's wallet. The suspect then fled on foot.

Anyone who recognizes the man in the sketch or knows anything about the crime is asked to call the Temple Police Department at 254-298-5500.