FBI offers $5K for info on serial robber

Posted at 2:11 PM, Apr 05, 2016

The FBI in Baltimore is offering $5,000 for information leading to the identity of the man responsible for robbing nine banks in Maryland over the last six months.

The first robbery was in October, with the most recent one being April 1, the FBI said. The suspect has been nicknamed the Bandage.

Witnesses have described him as a black man, about 5'8" tall and around 160 pounds. In the robberies, he wears glasses, a neck brace and bandages to help conceal his face.

The man approaches the counter, hands the bank employee a note announcing an armed robbery and demands money. No one has been hurt in any of the robberies.

Some of the most recent robberies are:

  • Dec. 30: Harford County FCU, 3422 Emmorton Road, Abingdon
  • Jan. 15: Sandy Spring Bank, 8315 Ice Crystal Drive, Laurel
  • Feb. 5: Howard Bank, 10985 John Hopkins Road, Scaggsville
  • April 1: Sandy Spring Bank, 3535 Spencerville Road, Burtonsville
  • April 1: Capital One Bank, 6000 Marshalee Drive, Elkridge

If anyone has any information about the robber or robberies, to call the Baltimore FBI at 410-265-8080. 

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