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Digital Billboard Campaign Launched and Reward Offered for Wanted Houston Bank Robbery Fugitive
Up to $10,000 Crime Stoppers Reward is Offered for Information That Leads to an Arrest

FBI Houston December 03, 2012
  • Special Agent Shauna Dunlap (713) 936-7638

The FBI’s Bank Robbery Task Force and the Pasadena Police Department have launched a digital billboard campaign in the hopes of generating tips that will help us find a wanted Pasadena bank robbery fugitive. Long-time Houston area resident Victor Dwayne Johnson is charged in Harris County with one count of bank robbery for the robbery of the Woodforest National Bank, located at 5200 Fairmont Parkway in Pasadena, Texas, on August 22, 2012. Johnson is also wanted for questioning about other Houston-area bank robberies this past year.

During the Woodforest Bank robbery, the bank robber physically grabbed one of the tellers, threatened her, and verbally demanded access to the bank’s cash. He got away with an undisclosed amount of money. Thankfully, no one was physically hurt during the robbery. Johnson was charged in Harris County, Texas, on September 13, 2012. He’s been on the run since that time.

Clear Channel Outdoor-Houston has donated public service ads featuring Johnson’s photograph and an up to $10,000 reward on the company’s Houston-area digital billboards. A copy of Johnson’s photograph and the billboard proof are below. The reward, offered by Crime Stoppers of Houston, would provide some quick Christmas cash or a windfall in the New Year to anyone who can help locate Johnson.

Digital Billboard for Houston Robbery Fugitive Victor Wayne Johnson

Victor Dwayne Johnson, 38 years old, is a black male, 6’02” tall, and weighs approximately 170 pounds.

Anyone with information about Johnson is asked to call the Crime Stoppers Tip Line at 713-222-TIPS (8477), or submit tips online at www.crime-stoppers.org. Tips can also be sent by text message. Text TIP610 plus your tip to CRIMES (274637). All tipsters remain anonymous.