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FBI Seeks Subject Wanted for Bank Robberies in Anchorage

FBI Anchorage March 02, 2014
  • Assistant Special Agent in Charge Kevin Donovan (907) 265-8102

At approximately 4:15 p.m. on Saturday, March 1, 2014, the Alaska USA Federal Credit Union branch at 125 West Diamond Boulevard, Anchorage, Alaska, was robbed by an unidentified subject. The subject entered the bank and presented a note demanding money. After obtaining approximately $2,078.00 in cash, the subject exited the east entrance of the bank and fled on foot. The subject did not display a weapon, and nobody was injured during the robbery.

Witnesses described the subject as an African-American male, approximately 20 to 30 years of age, approximately 5’7” to 5’11” tall, with a thin to medium build, medium to dark skin, black hair, a thin black mustache, and a small amount of chin hair. He was wearing a black ball cap with a dark brim, a black leather coat with a sewn-in hood, a dark grey hooded sweatshirt with the hood pulled up over his head and hat, black gloves, baggy and faded blue jeans, black shoes, and sunglasses with yellow/green/blue reflective lenses that changed color depending on the angle that light hit them.

Anchorage bank robbery suspect (3/2/14) Anchorage bank robbery suspect (3/2/14)

Anchorage bank robbery suspect (3/2/14) Anchorage bank robbery suspect (3/2/14)

The FBI believes the subject who committed this robbery may also be responsible for the February 25, 2014 robbery of the Credit Union 1 branch at 1941 Abbott Road in Anchorage, Alaska.

Anyone having information about the robbery or the identity of the subject is requested to contact the FBI at (907) 276-4441 or the Anchorage Police Department at (907) 786-8500.

- Press release concerning Credit Union 1 robbery