Robbery of Chase Bank Branch in Chicago
Suspect Believed to be Bully Bandit
|FBI Chicago February 15, 2013|
Agents from the FBI responded to a bank robbery that occurred February 15, 2013, at approximately 2:20 p.m. The robber, believed to be the same individual previously nicknamed the “Bully Bandit,” entered the Chase Bank branch located at 3339 West Belmont in Chicago, approached a teller window, and loudly and aggressively announced a robbery. As in the past, the Bully Bandit did not display a weapon, but he kept one hand under the dark-colored hooded sweatshirt he was wearing during the robbery, implying that he had a weapon. He also wore dark pants and gym shoes, and he once again covered his face with a black scarf. He fled on foot with an undisclosed amount of cash. There were no injuries reported.
Information about today’s robbery and the others that the Bully Bandit is believed to have committed, along with several surveillance photos, can be found at www.bandittrackerchicago.com. Anyone with information should contact the Chicago Field Office of the FBI at 312-421-6700 or local police.