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Alleged Aggravated Robbery at a Bank of America ATM Caught on Camera

Alleged Aggravated Robbery at a Bank of America ATM Caught on Camera

ID #20-384

ID #20-384 Alleged robbery suspect

ID #20-384 Alleged robbery suspect

Houston Police Department Press Release

The Houston Police Department needs the public’s assistance identifying the suspect responsible for aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon.

On Thursday, October 1, 2020, at 4:20 pm, the complainant (an unarmed Harris County Sheriff’s Office Detention Officer) was depositing money while in his work uniform at a Bank of America ATM while sitting in his driver’s seat at 9725 Fondren, in Houston, Texas. The complainant stated that a Black Toyota Corolla pulled up near his vehicle and an unknown male approached him at the driver’s side door. The male then pointed a handgun at the complainant while demanding is a wallet, cell phone and pin to his debit card. Once the suspect had the complainant’s belongings, he got back into his Toyota Corolla and drove away.

The complainant stated that he followed the suspect vehicle to a Bank of America located at 9660 Hillcroft Street, where he observed the suspect enter the lobby and use the ATM, withdrawing money from his bank account. The complainant then witnessed the suspect toss his cell phone, and debit card on the ground before fleeing the area.

Suspect description: Black male, 40 to 50 years old, 200 to 220 pounds, black and gray beard, bald, tattoos on his arm, specifically a baby’s face on one, red shirt and black shorts.

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For an immediate sighting, please dial 9-1-1

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o envia un texto en su celular (408) 355-0999

Si usted ve esta persona en este momento, llame al 9-1-1

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