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FBI Seeks Public’s Assistance for the Second Time This Week in Identifying an Armed Bank Robber

FBI New York December 17, 2010

At approximately 8:50 a.m. on December 17, 2010, the Chase Bank located at 565 Warburton Avenue, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY, was robbed by an armed gunman.

The FBI’s New York Office is currently looking for a black male in his late 20’s, approximately 5’9”-6’ tall. The individual was wearing a green camouflage jacket with a hood, orange goggles, black pants, and black gloves. He displayed an assault rifle and a handgun at the time of the robbery. The unidentified male was calm and polite; however, he did initially direct the teller and bank manager to get on the floor and pointed the handgun at the teller. The robber obtained several thousand dollars and fled the bank on foot.

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“This is a very dangerous situation; although this subjects’ face is hidden from view, we know someone out there may have information that could lead to his arrest. He needs to be caught right away. The FBI’s Westchester County Violent Crimes Task Force and the Hastings-on-Hudson Police Department will continue to investigate this incident until the subject is located and brought to justice. Please contact the FBI at 212-384-1000, the Westchester County Police Department at 914-864-7832, the Hastings-on-Hudson Police Department at 914-478-2344, or your local police if you have any information that could assist with his apprehension. A cash reward is available for information leading to the arrest of this individual; anyone who submits a tip may remain anonymous,” said Supervisory Special Agent Richard Kolko.

Wanted Poster: http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/unknown/unknown-bank-robber-19/view