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FBI and Local Law Enforcement Seek Public’s Assistance to Identify Wells Fargo Bank Robber

FBI San Diego December 23, 2010
  • Darrell Foxworth (858) 320-8302

The FBI and local law enforcement are seeking the public’s assistance to identify the man responsible for robbing the Wells Fargo Bank, 2366 Jamacha Road, El Cajon, California, on Monday, December 20, 2010.

On Monday, December 20, 2010, at approximately 3:05 p.m., an unknown male entered the Wells Fargo Bank, located at 2366 Jamacha Road, El Cajon, California, and robbed one of the tellers using a demand note.

At the time of the robbery, the robber entered the bank carrying a black umbrella in his right hand. The robber held the umbrella up to the right side of his face, covering the right side of his face. Once at the teller counter the robber pulled out a demand note using his left hand. The robber fumbled with the note as he unfolded the note and presented it to the teller. After reading the note, the victim teller provided the robber with a sum of money. The robber placed the money into a black rectangle plastic container. After receiving a sum of money, the robber walked out of the bank.

The robber is described as follows:

Sex: Male
Race: White
Age: Late 40’s
Height: 5’6” tall
Weight: Approximately 140 – 150 lbs.
Build: Thin
Hair: Facial hair described as patches of dark brown scruffy hair
Clothing: Black knee length pea coat, black beanie cap, blue jeans, dark colored tennis shoes, and small round orange tinted glasses
Miscellaneous: Large rectangle tan band-aid on upper right cheek

Bank Surveillance Photographs from Wells Fargo Bank, 2366 Jamacha Road, El Cajon, California, on Monday, December 20, 2010

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Anyone with information concerning this robbery should contact the FBI at telephone number (858) 565-1255 or Crime Stoppers at (888) 580-8477. You may remain anonymous by calling the FBI or Crime Stoppers