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Tucson, Arizona

October 14, 2015



  • Height: 5'9" to 6'0"
  • Weight: 160 to 180 pounds
  • Sex: Male
  • Build: Medium
  • Race: White
  • Age: 40 to 50 years old
  • Remarks: The suspect had "scruffy" facial hair and was missing teeth. He wore a red fisherman-style hat; a tattered, off-white, striped, short-sleeved button-up shirt; and blue jeans. The unknown suspect carried a plastic bag, a black handgun, and a ball of white material he used to wrap around his face.
  • Weapon Used: Black semi-automatic handgun.


On October 14, 2015, an unknown suspect entered the Compass Bank located at 4707 East Grant Road in Tucson, Arizona. The unknown suspect waited by the door for a few minutes then approached the teller counter. He then took out a ball of white material and wrapped it around his face. The suspect spoke to the three tellers and indicated it was a robbery and he wanted all of the cash out of their drawers. The suspect pulled a gun out and reportedly said the following: he did not want any ink packs; he was not messing around; he was not afraid to use this (gun); his friend was waiting in the car; and that the robbery was a suicide mission and he was not going back to prison. The suspect exited the bank on foot.

Should be considered armed and dangerous

If you have information regarding this robbery, please contact the FBI's Phoenix Field Office, Tucson Resident Agency, at 520-623-4306.

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