“Black Glove Bandit” is at it Again, Robbing Second Bank in Less Than a Week
|FBI New York February 09, 2011|
On Monday February 7, 2011, at approximately 12:13 p.m., an Apple Bank located at 414 Flushing Avenue in Brooklyn, New York was robbed by the “Black Glove Bandit.” The Black Glove Bandit displayed a handgun to the teller and demanded money. This is the second robbery committed by this subject in seven days.
The Black Glove Bandit is described as a black male, approximately 50 years old, six feet tall, medium build, with salt and pepper facial hair. The individual was last seen wearing a brown fedora, a black scarf, a tan jacket, black pants, and sunglasses.
“We’re looking to the public for assistance. These are very clear images. Someone had to see him, and anyone with information should come forward. We are always concerned when someone repeatedly walks in to a public space and uses a weapon to intimidate others,” said Supervisory Special Agent Barbara Daly.
This investigation is being conducted by the FBI-NYPD’s Joint Bank Robbery Task Force.
A reward is available for a tip that breaks the case and callers may remain anonymous. Anyone with information is asked to call the FBI-NYPD’s Joint Bank Robbery Task Force immediately at 212-384-1000 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS.