FBI Seeks Info on Bank Robber
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is asking for the public’s assistance in finding the man wanted for a series of bank robberies in Washington, D.C., and suburban Maryland. The three incidents occurred on Jan. 29, Jan. 13, and March 28 at the following banks: the Bank of America in Chevy Chase, Md., Capital One Bank on Connecticut Avenue in D.C. and Bank of America in D.C.’s Mt. Pleasant neighborhood.
The FBI’s Wanted Poster announced: “In each of the robberies the subject entered the bank, approached the counter and handed the victim teller a note that demanded money and implied that he had a weapon. After receiving the money, the subject fled the bank on foot.”
In addition to providing information on the location and date of the incidents, a short description of the robber is provided in the FBI’s wanted poster. He is a black male, who is estimated to be between 5’7” and 5’9”, medium build and between 25 to 30 years old.
If you see or hear of any information that can lead to the identification, arrest and conviction of this individual, contact the FBI -- which is offering a reward of $5,000.