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FBI Looking For Yuba City/Chico Bank Robber

The FBI is seeking the assistance from the public to identify an individual suspected of three bank robberies in Northern California. In each of the robberies, the suspect carried a cross-body men’s bag strapped tightly to his body, a white, button-front shirt, and loose-fitting black or dark colored slacks. He has presented the teller with a demand note and displayed a silver semi-automatic handgun when making his demand for cash and fled on foot after the robbery.

·         At approximately noon on Saturday, April 12, 2014, the subject entered the US Bank at 903 Colusa Avenue in Yuba City while wearing a black or dark fedora. He had medium-length hair that was tied back into a pony tail, and was unshaven.

·         On Monday, April 21, 2014, at approximately 2 p.m., the subject entered the Rabobank at 1600 Butte House Road in Yuba City while wearing a black or dark-colored ball cap with an offset logo. The suspect looked like he had recently had his hair cut and was clean-shaven.

·         On Friday, April 25, 2014, the suspect entered a Rabobank located at 900 Mangrove Avenue in Chico. During this robbery, the suspect wore a similar black or dark colored ball cap with an offset logo and was again clean shaven.

These are the only bank robberies in the series at this time.  We are aware of other robberies in the area but they are not believed to be connected at this time.  Anyone with information about the subject in this series can call Sacramento FBI field office headquarters at 916-481-9110.

Link to the online poster: https://bankrobbers.fbi.gov/robbers-container/2014-04-25.7185422607


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