Three Masked Individuals Rob National City Bank
|FBI Indianapolis November 19, 2009|
Michael S. Welch, Special Agent in Charge of the Indianapolis Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying three individuals responsible for robbing the National City Bank, 1259 South High School Road, Indianapolis, Indiana. National City Bank personnel have offered a reward of up to $10,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the individuals responsible for robbing their west side branch.
On November 19, 2009, at approximately 9:20 a.m., three armed males robbed the National City Bank located at 1259 South High School Road, Indianapolis, Indiana. The subjects entered the bank, ordered the employees and customers to the floor, vaulted the teller counter and demanded money. The subjects were dressed in black clothing and armed with handguns. After receiving an undisclosed amount of United States currency, the robbers fled the bank in a red mini van.
These subjects should be considered Armed and Dangerous. Anyone with information regarding these individuals is asked to call the Indianapolis FBI at (317) 639-3301.
Reminder: The website, WWW.BANDITTRACKERINDIANA.COM, was established in January, 2009, for the purpose of profiling unknown bank robbers within the state of Indiana. The public is encouraged to visit the website for photographs of this robbery as well as other unsolved bank robberies.