FBI Seeks Man Who Robbed Same Bank Twice

CHICAGO (CBS) — Authorities are looking for a man who robbed a Far South Side bank branch for the second time last week.

The man robbed the TCF bank branch at 9400 S. Ashland Ave. Wednesday, the same branch he robbed on Oct. 13, according to the FBI.

He was wearing a black wig and an orange jacket with a white shirt underneath during the October robbery, according to the FBI. Details about Wednesday’s robbery were not immediately available.

He is a 5-foot-10 to 6-foot-1-inch tall black man, weighing about 175 to 200 pounds, according to the FBI.

A weapon was not shown in the October robbery. A reward is being offered.

(Source: Sun-Times Media Wire © Chicago Sun-Times 2011. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.)

  • John Q. Public

    Any bank that has been robbed once and failed to put in place armed security, deserve what they get. There is no reason why these bank robbers couldn’t be shot in the back of the head as they make their way to the exit! Come on people, don’t play the part of a victim, turn the tables on these low lives. Banks should be the most difficult entities to rob. Instead the robber almost always gets away.

  • NWA

    Look at me I’m on the TV!!!!!!


    • Leroy Goldberg

      Not much of a surprise to any of us.

      • Lyndia

        You so funny Leroy, and so right.

      • Jim Hamilton

        Just like his type didn’t get it right the first time so he had to go back and do it again

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