FBI Requests Assistance in Identifying Bank Robber
|FBI Jacksonville May 14, 2012|
The FBI is requesting the public’s assistance in identifying and apprehending a man thought to be responsible for at least three armed bank robberies in Duval, St. Johns, and Volusia Counties during the past two weeks, according to Michael B. Steinbach, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI’s Jacksonville Division.
The suspect is described as a white male in his 20s or 30s, 5’8” to 5’10” tall, with a thin build. He has short blond hair and at the time of the robberies had a brown goatee. He also wore sunglasses and a baseball cap during some of the robberies and either a polo-type shirt or T-shirt.
A photo of the suspect is below.
The individual is believed to be responsible for the following three robberies and possibly others:
May 1, 2012: Bank of America located at 10445 San Jose Boulevard in Jacksonville, Florida
May 1, 2012: Wells Fargo located at 2841 County Road 210 West in St. Augustine, Florida
May 3, 2012: Wells Fargo located at 1813 Ridgewood Avenue in Edgewater, Florida
In the robberies, the subject approached the victim teller and produced a note in which he demanded money and stated that he had a firearm. After obtaining the money, he left the banks on foot.
Anyone having information is asked to call the FBI or local police as follows:
Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office: 904-630-0500
St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office: 904-824-8304
Edgewater Police Department: 386-424-2400