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Can You Identify the Bank of America Robber?

Earlier today, the Bank of America at 121 Windward Ave. was held up. Can you help the LAPD identify the alleged robber seen in these pictures? If so call LAPD Pacific Division at 310-482-6334 or their 24-hour anonymous tip line at 1-877-529-3855.

Know where they sell that sweatshirt in Venice? The sun glasses or backpack? Put the info in the forums and it will be passed along to the LAPD … maybe the store that sells that stuff knows the guy or has video!

Bank of America Robber

The suspect is believed to be a male white 5’8″-9″ and 180 lbs that is 30-35 years old. He simulated having a gun in his possession and made off with an unknown amount of money.

Bank of America Robber

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