Wednesday, September 28, 2011


HE'S dapper and dangerous and the FBI are eager to catch the man dubbed the "well dressed bandit" who has held up 10 banks in the last year.
Wearing blazers or well cut suits, he arrives in luxury vehicles he's walked into the San Diego banks, looking like a million bucks and although officers always remain tight lipped on how much they have taken, it's thought he might have taken somewhere near that amount.    
FBI Special Agent Darrell Foxworth said: “We do consider him to be armed and dangerous because in a couple of roberries, he’s displayed a weapon an din other robberies, he’s simulated a weapon and made threatening statements to the teller.
“We want him off the streets sooner than later.”
FBI investigators say that the thirtysomething man most recently held up a Chase Bank in San Diego on Friday.
Foxworth added: “The suspect approached a teller, simulated a weapon and demanded cash. With cash in hand, the man left in either a black Lexus or Mercedes Benz.  Police believe this is the third time he has  hit this particular bank."
He is described as a black man in his thirties, over 6 feet and around 220 pounds.
When he covers his face, he uses a black handkerchief. He switches up the hats he wears — sometimes a baseball cap and other times a newsboy cap.
If you have any information, contact the FBI at (858) 565-1255 or Crime Stoppers at (888) 580-8477

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