San Diego (KUSI) – The FBI San Diego Violent Crime Task Force and the Ramesa Police Department distributed surveillance photos of a man who robbed the Bank of the West branch on Tuesday after handing tellers a note that they had an explosive device.
An unidentified suspect who robbed a branch office at 8690 Center Drive around 1:10 pm on Monday was waiting in line until called by a cashier.
“When the suspect approached the cashier, the robber made a note asking the bank for money,” the FBI statement said. “The memo threatened that the robber was in possession of the bomb. Witnesses in the bank did not see the bomb or weapon. After receiving the money from the cashier, the robber fled on foot.”
The suspect was described as having white freckles and long hair, 25 to 30 years old, about 5 feet, and 10 inches high. He wore dark trousers, a black long-sleeved black hoodie sweatshirt with a hood on his head, and a baseball cap with a white bandana covering his face. When he went out of the bank, he was seen wearing a long-sleeved T-shirt instead of a hoodie.
If you have information about his identity or whereabouts, call the San Diego FBI (858-320-1800) or San Diego Crime Stoppers (888-580-8477), or www.sdcrimestoppers.org or www.fbi.gov. I was prompted to access / tips.
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