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Bank Robbery Suspects Sought

Friday, January 6, 2006

Bank Robbery Suspects Sought

Bank Robbery Suspects SoughtBank Robbery Suspects SoughtThe Metropolitan Police Department is seeking the public's assistance is locating suspects responsible for bank robberies or attempted bank robberies, two of which appeared to have been committed by the same individual. The offenses, which did not involve the displaying or any weapons and did not result in physical injury, were committed at the following locations and times:

  • Attempted robbery of the SunTrust Bank, located at 1925 K Street, NW, which occurred at approximately 3:07 pm on Friday, January 6, 2006.
  • Robbery of the PNC Bank, located at 833 7th Street, NW, which occurred at about 5:05 pm on Friday, January 6, 2006.

    The suspect in these two robberies, which apparently were committed by the same individual, is described as a medium complexioned black male, 6'1"-6'3" tall, 160-180 pounds, with a thick, full mustache and salt-and-peper hair. He was wearing a dark, reddish-brown, waist-length jacket, and a black baseball-type cap bearing the Washington Wizards logo. (See pictures.)

  • Robbery of the Eagle Bank, located at 1425 K Street, NW, which occurred at around 2 pm on Friday, January 6, 2006.

    The suspect in this case is described as a medium complexioned black male in his 30s, about 6'1" tall, 180 pounds, with a light beard, and wearing a red baseball-type cap, black coat, black pants and a blue shirt.

  • Attempted robbery of the Wachovia Bank, located at 2000 L Street, NW, which occurred at approximately 3:30 pm on Friday, January 6, 2006.

    The suspect in this case is described as a pale complexioned black male in his late 20s to early 30s, 5'6"-5'8" tall, about 130 pounds, and wearing a tan-colored hooded jacket, blue jeans and a blue shirt.

Anyone with information about any of these cases is asked to call police at (202) 727-9099 or the DC Crime Solvers Unit at 1 (800) 673-2777. All calls to Crime Solvers are confidential, and a caller need not give his or her name. If the information provided by a caller to Crime Solvers leads to an arrest and indictment, the caller will be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000.