The accused who has been committing robbery. Houston area banks The FBI reported Tuesday that a woman dressed as a woman stole a fourth.
“Give ‘Sticky Note Bandits’ The Bank of America on San Felipe Street was hit again today!” FBI Houston tweeted. “He has committed four robberies in less than two weeks, and we need your help finding him!”
The robbery suspect’s signature method is to hand out threatening sticky notes to tellers, resulting in the nickname.
The robber was first seen on July 5 at the Hancock-Whitney Bank. He stole an undisclosed amount from the business.
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“The suspect entered the bank dressed as a woman, approached a teller, and handed her a threatening note written on a sticky note demanding cash,” the FBI Houston field office said. was.” explained in a previous statement.
The second incident happened last week in East Houston, when the suspect handed a similar note to a Wells Fargo teller. The robbery was not successful.
“The teller walked away from the counter and locked himself in a back room for safety. The suspect remained in the bank lobby for a short time, then fled the scene on foot without any money,” the press release added.
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The third robbery took place at a Wells Fargo bank in southwest Houston, when the suspect successfully stole an undisclosed amount of money.
No one was reported injured in the robberies. The FBI has asked Houston residents to be on the lookout for the suspect, who is pictured wearing a green sweater, black skirt and black wig.
“The robber is described as a black male, approximately 5’8″ with a thin to medium build, the FBI explained. [second and third] In the robberies, she wore a black wig, black sunglasses, a blue medical mask, a green women’s sweater, black women’s ballet flats, and a black purse.”
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A $5,000 reward is being offered for callers who can provide information leading to the suspect’s identification and arrest. Callers are urged to contact 713-222-TIPS or the FBI Houston field office at 713-693-5000.