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San Francisco Police Investigating Bank Robbery Spree Caught on Camera

San Francisco Police Investigating Bank Robbery Spree Caught on Camera

ID #22-55

ID #22-55 Alleged Bank Robber Credit SFPD

ID #22-55 Alleged Bank Robber Credit SFPD

San Francisco Police Investigating Bank Robbery Series

San Francisco Police Department Press Release

Beginning on January 25, 2022, a series of bank robberies began occurring in the City of San Francisco. The robberies follow a similar modus operandi (M.O) in which the suspect enters a bank, hands a teller a threatening note, and demands money. In all incidents, the tellers have complied and provided the suspect with money. The suspect then flees the bank. The bank robberies occurred at the following locations on the following dates:
– January 25, 2022, on the 3800 block of 3rd St
– January 27, 2022, on the 2900 block of Mission St
– January 27, 2022, on the 600 block of 8th St
– February 1, 2022, on the 2600 block of San Bruno Ave
– February 5, 2022, on the 4600 block of Mission St
– February 5, 2022, on the 1800 block of 19th Ave
– February 5, 2022, on the 2300 block of 16th St

The suspect is described as a black male with a medium complexion, possibly in his mid-20’s or mid-30’s, approximately 5’10” tall, lean, and weighs around 150 lbs.

The investigation is being led by the SFPD Robbery Detail and is seeking the community’s assistance in identifying and locating the suspect. A photo of the suspect accompanies this news release.

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