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FBI seeking bank robber

This suspect is responsible for three bank robberies, including one in Redmond yesterday, according to the FBI, Seattle Division - Courtesy photo
This suspect is responsible for three bank robberies, including one in Redmond yesterday, according to the FBI, Seattle Division
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The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Seattle Division, is looking for a man it says is responsible for a bank robbery in Redmond Monday afternoon, along with two other robberies in Covington and Renton earlier in the month.

The FBI released the above surveillance videos of the suspect. The man is described as white and in his 40s, 5-foot-7 and 160 pounds. He wears sunglasses and a white baseball cap. No weapon has been seen or implied during the robberies.

The Redmond bank robbery happened yesterday at 2:53 p.m. at the Key Bank Branch at 16401 Redmond Way, according to the FBI press release. The suspect entered the bank, handed a note to the teller, requesting money.

The other two robberies believed to be connected to the suspect were Sept. 25 at the U.S. Bank Branch at 17604 108th Ave SE in Renton and Sept. 15 at the U.S. Bank Branch at 1760 SE 272nd St in Covington, the FBI press release said.

Anyone with information about the suspect is asked to call FBI Special Agent Larry Carr at (206) 262-2063. There is a reward for anyone with information that leads to the arrest of the suspect, according to Carr.

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