SACRAMENTO—The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is charity a prerogative of up to $20,000 for information that will lead to the detain and self-assurance of an armed and dangerous particular who is suspected of robbing several Northern California banks.
The thesis is described as a white male who is in his 20’s or 30’s and stands approximately 5’8” to 6 feet high with a slim build and dim hair. At the time of the robberies, the thesis has frequently wore khaki pants and long-sleeved, zip-front shirts and jackets with a hat, and black glasses.
To date, the thesis has been related to the following robberies in farming Northern California communities:
October 29, 2013; Umpqua Bank located at 3271 Browns Valley Road in Napa
January 10, 2014; Umpqua Bank located at 3271 Browns Valley Road in Napa
February 21, 2014; Westamerica Bank located at 13751 Arnold Drive in Glen Ellen
July 28, 2014; American River Bank located at 26395 Buckhorn Ridge in Pioneer
October 27, 2014; Bank of Rio Vista located at 14211 River Road in Walnut Grove
July 13, 2015; Liberty Bank located at 6230 Highway 9 in Felton
May 9, 2016; Umpqua Bank, 641 Main Street in Weaverville
May 9, 2016; Tri-Counties Bank in Durham
September 13, 2016, Umpqua Bank, 3271 Browns Valley Road, Napa
October 13, 2016, Umpqua Bank located at 540 Amanda Street in Arbuckle
February 14, 2017; Chase Bank located a 2977 Woodside Road in Woodside
May 9, 2017; El Dorado Savings located at 10612 Combi Road in Auburn
June 15, 2017; Westamerica Bank located at 39225 S. Highway in Guala
December 5, 2017; Yosemite Bank located at 18580 Main Street in Groveland.
During any of the robberies, the man brandished a black handgun and demanded income from tellers. After receiving an undisclosed volume of income and putting it in a trek or bag, the think left the locations. He has worn a accumulation of dim colored wardrobe but has frequently worn stocking caps or a round cap.