IBC Bank Branch in Oklahoma City Robbed
|FBI Oklahoma City June 19, 2014|
James E. Finch, Special Agent in Charge of the Oklahoma City Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, announced the robbery of the IBC Bank, 5701 N. May Ave., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
At approximately 11:25 a.m. this morning, two armed unidentified males and one armed unidentified female entered the bank, approached the teller counter, and demanded money. One of the male subjects was carrying a semi-automatic pistol when he tossed a black leather bag on the counter. The other male subject who was carrying a long barreled semi-automatic gun, jumped over the counter, and knocked a teller to the ground before instructing the teller to empty the teller drawers into the bag.
The subjects left the bank with an undisclosed amount of money and was last seen in a white sports utility vehicle traveling west from the bank on United Founders Blvd. No one was injured in the robbery.
Surveillance photos and witness descriptions depict the subjects as follows:
Subject 1: Black male, early 20s, 5’6” to 5’10” tall, 135 pounds, very thin build, wearing a blue and black shoulder length wig, a red-colored zip-up sweatshirt, dark pants, and carrying a semi-automatic pistol and a black leather bag.
Subject 2: Black male with a medium complexion, mid-late 20s, 5’4 to 5’6” tall, 140-150 pounds, medium build, wearing a blue knit ski cap with the OKC Thunder logo on front, red shirt, dark pants, and carrying a long barreled semi-automatic gun with a shoulder strap.
Subject 3: Black female with a dark complexion and muscular build, early 20s, 5’3” to 5’6” tall, wearing a gray knit ski cap and carrying a hand gun.
This robbery is being investigated by the FBI and the Oklahoma City Police Department. Anyone with information is requested to contact the FBI at (405) 290-7770 (24-hour number). Callers may remain anonymous. The Oklahoma Bankers Association offers a reward of up to $2,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of anyone responsible for robbing a member bank.