Serial Bank Robber Suspect Sought, Reward Offered
Special Agent in Charge Adam S. Lee of the Richmond Division of the FBI announces, along with our law enforcement partners from the FBI’s Baltimore and Pittsburgh Offices, the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office (West Virginia), the City of Brunswick Police Department (Maryland), the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office (Virginia), the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office (West Virginia), the Martinsburg Police Department (West Virginia), the Winchester Police Department (Virginia), the West Virginia State Police, and the Western District of Virginia‘s United States Attorney’s Office, a reward for a serial bank robbery suspect responsible for multiple robberies in three states.
A white male suspect described as approximately 5’1” to 5’8” tall, weighing 140-200 pounds, 30-50 years of age with brown hair, medium build and a light complexion is believed to be responsible for the following robberies:
- March 19, 2015 – BB&T located in the 2000 block of S. Pleasant Valley Road in Winchester, Virginia
- April 28, 2015 – MVB Bank located in the 80 block of Sommerset Boulevard in Charles Town, West Virginia
- August 7, 2015 – BB&T located in the 2000 block of S. Pleasant Valley Road in Winchester, Virginia
- August 17, 2015 – BB&T located in the 90 block of Souder Road in Brunswick, Maryland
- August 25, 2015 – MVB Bank located in the 80 block of Sommerset Boulevard in Charles Town, West Virginia
- Sept. 16, 2015 – First United Bank & Trust located in the 7700 block of Winchester Ave. in Inwood, West Virginia
- October 16, 2015 – Union Bank and Trust located in the 1000 block of Millwood Pike in Winchester, Virginia
- December 23, 2015 – BB&T located in the 90 block of Souder Road in Brunswick, Maryland
- January 7, 2016 – MVB located in the 700 block of Foxcroft Avenue in Martinsburg, West Virginia
Two vehicles are suspected to have been used by the suspect: a dark blue, older-model Pontiac and a late 1990s to early 2000s silver, four-door Ford F-150 pickup truck.
This suspect should be considered armed and dangerous. He has displayed both black and silver handguns and a sawed-off shotgun during the robberies.
The FBI is offering a reward of up to $15,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the individual responsible for these crimes.
If you have information concerning this investigation, please contact the Richmond FBI Field Office at (804) 261-1044 or via https://tips.fbi.gov.