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FBI, is seeking the publics assistance for information concerning the Oct. 20 bank robbery at Bank of America

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Robert E. Casey Jr., Special Agent In Charge, Dallas, FBI, is seeking the public’s assistance for information concerning the bank robbery which occurred at the  Bank of America, 101 South Interstate 45, Hutchins, Texas on Oct. 20, 2009.

Preliminary investigation indicates one (1) Black male entered the Bank of America at approximately 10:45 AM. The robber approached one of the tellers and verbally announced the robbery and demanded money. No weapon was shown. No one was hurt

The robber is described as a male, black, 5’-06’ -5’-07” tall, medium build weighing approximately 150 pounds, black hair, a moustache and a tattoo on the right side of his neck. The robber was last seen wearing a dark hat, brown jacket, and black shirt with a design on the front. The robber was seen getting into a blue 4 door sedan believed to be either a Ford Crown Victoria or a Mercury Grand Marquis. The vehicle was last seen heading southbound from the bank location.

 The FBI and Hutchins Police Department are jointly investigating this robbery. 

Anyone recognizing this robber or having information about his current whereabouts should call the Dallas FBI Office of the FBI at 972-559-5000 or their local police agency.  This person should not be approached by citizens who may recognize him or know his whereabouts.

Photographs from bank surveillance cameras are posted on bandittracker.com.


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