Violent Crime

Bank Robbery Possibly 7 Known In Northern California

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Stockton and Red Bluff, CA- ID #03-050

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Stockton and Red Bluff Police Departments are asking for Fugitive Watch viewers help in identifying the man in this photograph. Stockton Police Detective Ed Rodriguez and Red Bluff Police Detective Dan Flowerdew report that this suspect is allegedly responsible for at least 7 bank robberies in northern California.The suspect is described as:A white male adult, early to late 30’s, 5′-9” to 5′-10″, 140-150 lbs. with very short brown hair; which had some specks of gray, and a couple of days facial hair growth-color gray. Clothing: Last seen wearing a gray colored long sleeve hooded sweatshirt, jeans and tennis shoes. The suspect fled seen on foot and left area in a light colored 2-tone Jeep. The Jeep is further described as a 1970’s style Jeep Wagoneer. Two-tone, white over tan or white over a darker colored white, with an Oregon license plate (picture of tree in middle of plate). A witness in the Stockton bank robbery described the suspect’s vehicle as an older boxy Jeep, which was faded blue in color and had charcoal gray molding. This Jeep was driven by an unknown female who was described as a white female adult, in her 20’s with long straight blond hair. The suspect is believed to be responsible for the following recent bank robberies: 11/19/02 Washington Mutual in Ashland, Oregon 11/26/02 US Bank in Medford, Oregon 12/11/02 Bank of Cascade in Bend, Oregon 12/23/02 Tehama County Bank Red Bluff, Ca 12/30/02 Bank of the West Depot Bay, Oregon 1/10/03 Premier Community Credit Union, Stockton, Ca.

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