FBI Issues Reward For Suspect

(Republicaninformer.com)- FBI Headquarters in Denon, Texas The city of Dallas is looking for the public’s assistance in locating the person who robbed a bank in Denton a month ago.

According to the report filed by the Denton police department, at approximately 11:59 a.m. on November 10, officers were dispatched to a call from an employee of a bank who requested assistance as soon as possible because the bank was in the process of being robbed. The FBI has made public photographs of a suspect in the armed robbery that occurred at the Wells Fargo bank on West University Drive.

The FBI in Dallas announced it was asking for the help of the general public to identify the bank robber who committed an act of bank robbery in Denton, Texas, on November 10, 2022. A reward of up to $10,000 is being offered by the Wells Fargo Bank in Denton for information that can lead to the suspect being apprehended and brought to justice.

A man pulled up in a red Dodge Challenger and parked it directly in front of the bank at 601 West University Drive in Denton.  He then walked inside and waited in line for the teller. The subject was dressed in black, including gloves. He wore a black hooded sweatshirt with the hood pulled over his head. He also wore goggles or a mask similar to one used for paintball. After being approached by a teller, he gave the teller instructions to take him to the bank’s vault, where he removed money and placed it into a black duffel bag. After leaving the bank, he hurriedly got back into his car and drove quickly out of the parking lot in the direction of the highway.

According to the description, the FBI described the unidentified thief as a male who was about 5 feet 6 inches to 5 feet 9 inches tall and had a lean build. He was armed with a black semi-automatic handgun.

The FBI warned that this person might be armed and dangerous.

If the public has any information, they are asked to call the FBI Dallas Division at (972) 559-5000. They can also send the FBI a tip by visiting tips.fbi.gov.

What’s the difference between a successful robber and one who ends up in prison?

One is a politician, and the other is a con.