FBI Releases New Photo Of SF Bank Robbery Suspect

Bank robbery suspect peddling away from scene Tuesday. Courtesy/FBI

FBI News:

The FBI in Albuquerque has released new photos from Tuesday’s bank robbery in Santa Fe. The photos show the suspect on a bicycle.

The bicycle is described as a dark BMX style bicycle with four pegs on the wheels.

After robbing the bank, the suspect ran north on Griffin Street and jumped over a small wall inside the bank parking lot to get to his bicycle. He peddled north and crossed Griffin Street near Carlos Gilbert Elementary School. He turned left and headed west on Paseo De Peralta.

Prior to the robbery, the suspect appeared to have rode the bicycle east on Paseo De Peralta, took a right onto Griffin Street and proceeded south to the bank’s parking lot.

Anyone who recalls seeing the suspect at the time or has information about this robbery is asked to call the FBI at 505.889.1300. 

Here is the previous news release: 

Bank robbery suspect wearing a wig Tuesday inside LANB in Santa Fe. Courtesy/FBI

The FBI and Santa Fe Police Department are looking for a young man who wore a wig when he robbed a bank Tuesday, Sept. 19. 

The suspect is described as a white male about 20 years old, approximately 5’5″ to 5’9″ tall, with wide shoulders. He wore a blue hat with a flat bill, aviator sunglasses with dark lenses, a gray or light-blue short wig, a dark hooded jacket with a zipper, and dark pants and dark shoes.

At approximately 4:57 p.m., the suspect entered Los Alamos National Bank, 301 Griffin St., in Santa Fe. He handed an envelope to a teller and demanded money. 

The teller handed over an undisclosed amount of money to the suspect, who left the bank and was seen walking north on Griffin Street. 

Anyone with information about this robbery is asked to call the FBI at 505.889.1300.

Tips also can be submitted online at tips.fbi.gov.

The FBI may pay a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of a bank robbery suspect.

Information about other bank robbers wanted by the FBI can be found at bankrobbers.fbi.gov.


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