FBI Sacramento
Public Affairs Specialist Gina Swankie
(916) 977-2285
May 27, 2015

FBI Seeking Armed and Dangerous Bank Robbery Suspect

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) requests assistance from the public to aid in the location of Darious Gilbert, an individual believed to be responsible for the following bank robberies in Northern California this year:

  • San Francisco
    • March 30: U.S. Bank, 4610 Mission St.
    • April 2: Citibank, 260 California St.
    • April 7: Bank of America, 3701 Balboa St.
    • April 17: U.S. Bank, 4610 Mission St.
    • April 20: Citibank, 2198 Chestnut St.
    • May 14: East West Bank, 3061 Balboa St.
  • Antioch
    • May 9: JP Morgan Chase, 3206 Delta Fair Blvd.
  • Elk Grove
    • May 27: JP Morgan Chase, 7427 Laguna Blvd.

The FBI is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for leads resulting in the arrest and conviction of the individual responsible for the aforementioned robberies. A reward is paid for original information leading to the identification, arrest, and conviction of a criminal suspect. The sponsors of the reward money may pay only a portion of the maximum reward offered, up to the amount listed. The sponsors of the reward money, in their sole discretion, will decide who is entitled to a reward and in what amount. When there are multiple claimants, the reward will be shared in amounts determined by law enforcement and/or the sponsors of the reward money.

Gilbert is described as a 48 year-old black male who stands 6’2” to 6’4” tall with an athletic build. During the robberies, the suspect was seen wearing a variety of clothing but has made little to no attempt at disguising his appearance. He may be driving a silver, four-door 2007 BMW 750.

 

A federal arrest warrant has been issued for Gilbert.

The suspect is considered armed and dangerous. He has brandished weapons—a handgun or a knife—during some of the robberies.

Anyone with information regarding suspect’s location should contact 911, local law enforcement, or the nearest FBI office. Tips may also be submitted by calling 1-800-CALL-FBI and logging onto tips.fbi.gov.

This investigation is being conducted jointly by the FBI, along with the San Francisco Police Department, Antioch Police Department, and Elk Grove Police Department.