Saturday, June 9, 2012

Suspect Sought In Two Bank Robberies In Milwaukee

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Suspect connected to two bank robberies.

By H. Nelson Goodson
June 9, 2012

Milwaukee - On Friday, police responded to the North Shore Bank at the 4200 block of W. Oklahoma Ave. around 9:13 a.m. after a suspect robbed the bank. A black male suspect wore a multi-color wig with shoulder lenght blonde wig.
The suspect walked into the bank and took an undetermined amount of money. He also tried to take money from a female customer when she resisted, the robber ripped the money from her hand and took half of it. He then fled to the parking and then a red dye detonated on him or might have exploded inside his bag.
Police described the suspect as a black male between the ages of 30 to 40-years-old, 5′ to 5’4″ tall, medium build and had a three day old beard with salt and pepper in color, according to the Milwaukee Police Department Source.
He wore a black baseball cap with a Nike swish on the front, dark sunglasses, and a black hooded sweatshirt with three letters on the front – the center letter appears to be a “C.” The letters are maroon with a white outline.
The suspect is also wanted for the robbery of the Tri City National Bank, at the 3300 block of S. 27th St. on May 29 at 11: 53 a.m.

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