FBI Offering Reward For Information On The "Khaki Bandit"

FBI Offering Reward For Information On The "Khaki Bandit" 

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is offering a reward of up to $20,000 for information that will lead to the arrest and conviction of an armed and dangerous individual who is suspected of robbing 14Northern California banks.  Known to law enforcement as the “Khaki Bandit”, the subject is described as a white male who is in his 20’s or 30’s and stands approximately 5’8” to six feet tall with a slender build and dark hair.   At the time of the robberies, the subject has frequently wore khaki pants and long-sleeved, zip-front shirts and jackets with a hat and black glasses.  To date, the subject has been linked to 14 rural Northern California bank robberies.   One of those robberies took place on July 28th in 2014 at the American River Bank in Pioneer.  The most recent robbery took place earlier this month on December 5th at the Yosemite Bank in Groveland.  The most recent photos of the suspect, lifted from surveillance footage from the Yosemite Bank robbery our posted on out Facebook page.  During each of the robberies, the man brandished a black handgun and demanded money from tellers.  After receiving an undisclosed amount of money and putting it in a backpack or bag, the suspect left the locations.  Individuals with information should contact local law enforcement. Tips may also be submitted online at tips.fbi.gov.  If you spot the subject, the public is urged to call 911 and not approach him.

 

Written by KVGC Staff

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