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FBI Announces the Arrests of Two Suspects Allegedly Involved in Separate, Unreleated Bank Robberies in Plantation and Davie
Information Still Sought in March Robbery in Pembroke Pines

FBI Miami May 22, 2012
  • Special Agent Michael D. Leverock (305) 944-9101

John V. Gillies, Special Agent in Charge (SAC) of the Miami Division of the FBI, announces the arrests yesterday of ‪two suspects alleged to have been involved in two separate unrelated bank robberies in South Florida. Bryan Whitehead, 31, of Miami, Florida, was arrested in connection with a bank robbery Monday (May 21, 2012) of the BB&T located at 450 N. Pine Island Road in Plantation, Florida. The arrest was made without incident by the city of Plantation Police Department in Plantation, Florida.

The second arrest was of David Brian Miller, 50, of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, in connection with a bank robbery on Monday (May 21, 2012) of the SunTrust Bank located at 4480 Weston Road, Davie, Florida. The arrest was made without incident by the South Florida Violent Crime/Fugitive Task Force in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

Both individuals arrested are expected to face federal charges. It is anticipated that both will have their initial appearances in Federal Court Tuesday (May 22, 2012) in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

The FBI, the Plantation Police Department, the Davie Police Department, the Broward Sheriff’s Office, and the South Florida Violent Crime/Fugitive Task Force continue their investigation.

Also, the FBI continues to seek the public’s assistance for any information regarding the March 29, 2012 robbery of a Pembroke Pines Wells Fargo Bank. There is a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the subject responsible for this robbery.

A surveillance photo and sketch of the suspect follow.

Bank Robbery Suspect

Bank Robbery Suspect

If anyone has information as to the identity of this bank robber, they are urged to call the FBI at (305) 944-9101 or Crimestoppers.