Police: NW Oklahoma City bank robbed, suspect on the run

Police: NW Oklahoma City bank robbed, suspect on the run

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Officials with the Federal Bureau of Investigation say an RCB Bank in NW Oklahoma City was robbed Tuesday morning by the same man who robbed two other banks in the past six weeks.

Police were called to RCB Bank in the 11200 block of N May Ave. between Hefner and 122nd St just before 10:30 AM Tuesday.

The FBI said the man was wearing a fake black beard and handed the teller a note demanding money. According to employees, the then opened his jacket to show a black semi-automatic pistol that was tucked into his waistband.

The teller handed over the cash and the man then left before an off-duty Oklahoma County Sheriff's Officer confronted him. The FBI said he dropped the money and ran out the west door of the bank.

According to the FBI, the there are not security images available from Tuesday's robbery. The FBI believes he is the same man who robbed the Arvest Bank on Sonoma Park in Edmond on April 23 and First Fidelity Bank on N. May in Oklahoma City on May 21.

He's described as a black man, mid 30's 5'8” – 5’10", 150-160 lbs., thin build, long black fake beard, shoulder length dread locks that are also believed to be fake, a light colored suit coat and light colored pants, dark round sunglasses, and a black semi-automatic pistol tucked in the waistband of his pants.  

Anyone with information is asked to call the FBI at (405)290-7770.
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