Bandana-wearing bank robber sought in Port St. Lucie
Port St. Lucie, Fl- On Thursday a bandana-wearing bank robber attempted to rob a bank in Port St Lucie.
On Dec 12, at around 9:20 am, police responded to the Bank of America in St. Lucie West for reports of an attempted robbery.
An unknown white male suspect dressed in camouflage long sleeve shirt, red and black pants with a red bandanna wrapped around his head, walked into the bank and approached a teller. When he reached the teller he took out a note from his pocket and handed the note to the teller. The note said “This is a robbery, give me all of your money”! The teller gets the managers attention by waving him over. As the manager approaches the suspect, he asks the suspect what’s on the note. The suspect disregards the questions, grabs his note and exited the bank heading westbound toward Chick-fil-A restaurant.
The suspect is a white male, possibly forty- fifty years old. He is about 5’10 tall wearing a red bandanna, long sleeve camo shirt, red and black plaid pajama bottoms. If you have information about the incident or know the whereabouts of the suspect, please call Detective Jarrett at 772 344-1056 or You can be anonymous, call Treasure Coast Crime Stoppers 800-273-TIPS (8477).
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