FBI Offers Reward for Identity, Arrest, and Conviction of Bank Robbery Suspect
The FBI, San Francisco Police Department (SFPD), and Antioch Police Department (APD) are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying an individual believed to be responsible for six recent bank robberies in San Francisco and a bank robbery in Antioch. It is believed the suspect is connected to the following seven robberies:
- March 30, 2015: U.S. Bank, 4610 Mission Street, San Francisco
- April 2, 2015: Citibank, 260 California Street, San Francisco
- April 7, 2015: Bank of America, 3701 Balboa Street, San Francisco
- April 17, 2015: U.S. Bank, 4610 Mission Street, San Francisco
- April 20, 2015: Citibank, 2198 Chestnut Street, San Francisco
- May 09, 2015: JP Morgan Chase, 3206 Delta Fair Blvd, Antioch
- May 14, 2015: East West Bank, 3061 Balboa, Street, San Francisco
The suspect is described as a black male, 6’2” to 6’4” tall, with an athletic build, possibly in his 30s to 40s, with probable tattoos on both arms. He has been seen wearing short-sleeved polo shirts, as well as a bomber-style jacket and aviator sunglasses, during a number of the robberies. The suspect has brandished a knife in two of the robberies and a hand gun during the two most recent robberies.
The suspect should be considered armed and dangerous.
A reward of up to $10,000 is available for leads resulting in the identification, arrest, and conviction of the individual responsible for the aforementioned robberies. Anyone with information regarding the identity of the pictured individual are requested to contact their nearest FBI office. The FBI can be reached 24 hours a day at 415-553-7400 in the San Francisco area. All calls are confidential. Tips can also be submitted at tips.fbi.gov.
This investigation is being conducted jointly by the FBI, SFPD, and APD.
Members of the media should contact the FBI San Francisco media office at 415-558-2560.
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.