The FBI Seeks Information on Westchester County Bank Robbers
|FBI New York February 25, 2010|
The FBI Westchester County Violent Crimes Task Force is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying two men who are suspected in two armed bank robberies in Westchester County.
The first incident occurred at Key Bank, Route 6, Courtlandt, New York on January 21, 2010. On this date, the subject approached a customer service representative, displayed a handgun, and demanded cash from the tellers and the vault.
The unidentified subject is described as a black male, under the age of 30, between 5’4”-5’8” and of medium build. He was observed wearing a black skull cap, white bandana around his mouth, dark puffy jacket, blue jeans with a rainbow design on the back pockets, and white gloves.
The second incident occurred at JP Morgan Chase Bank, 1946 Pleasantville Road, Briarcliff, New York on January 25, 2010. At this time, the subject approached a customer service representative, displayed a handgun, and demanded cash from the vault.
This unidentified subject is described as a black male, 25-35 years of age, between 5’5”-5’10” and of medium build. He was observed wearing a Yankee cap, sunglasses, blue shirt with epaulets on the shoulders, dark pants, and white gloves.
Any information regarding these subjects should be immediately reported to: The FBI/WCPD Violent Crimes Task Force at (914) 989-6000 or (914) 864-7832.
“We have a clear and concise description of both subjects. The public can provide assistance by forwarding information regarding these individuals to law enforcement officials,” said Special Agent Richard Kolko.
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