Man Suspected of Robbing 2 Banks in Glendale, CA

Man Suspected of Robbing 2 Banks in Glendale, CA

Man Suspected of 2 Bank Robberies in Glendale, CA 

Glendale authorities are searching for a male suspected of robbing a pair of banks in Glendale, CA on Monday, November 21, 2017.

The 1st robbery occurred approximately around 12:15 p.m. According to Sgt. Daniel Suttles, a spokesman for the Glendale Police Department, a man entered the Citibank located at 1200 block of North Central Avenue, Glendale, CA. The robbery suspect handed the teller a note, demanding cash. Later that day around 2:15 PM, Bank of America in the 200 block of North Glendale Avenue also reported a robbery, identifying the suspect as a man that fit the same description as the first robbery. According to the Glendale Newspress,  at the second bank robbery, the alleged bank robber, “passed a note to the bank teller that basically indicated what his intentions were, and then showed that he had a pistol in his waistband,” Suttles said.

Description of Glendale Bank Robber 

According to the Glendale Newspress, the suspect is described as white, wearing a gray sweatshirt and standing 6 feet 5.

 

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