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UNKNOWN SERIAL BANK ROBBER

The "Bad Hair Bandit"

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January 27, 2016; February 8, 2016; March 15, 2016

UNKNOWN SERIAL BANK ROBBER

January 27, 2016
March 15, 2016
Possible getaway vehicle

DESCRIPTION

  • Height: 5'10"
  • Weight: Approximately 200 pounds
  • Sex: Male
  • Build: Medium
  • Hair: Gray
  • Complexion: Medium
  • Race: Black
  • Age: Late 40s to early 50s
  • Remarks: The unknown suspect is known to wear a beige or tan sweater and jeans. The suspect has worn a grey or black wig, possibly to help conceal their true identity.
  • Vehicle Information: White four-door sedan, possibly a 2013 to 2015 white Nissan Altima

CAUTION

The Dallas FBI Violent Crimes Task Force is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a serial bank robber dubbed the “Bad Hair Bandit,” who is believed to be responsible for the following five bank robberies (or attempted bank robberies) during 2016 in Dallas:

January 27, 2016 – BBVA Compass Bank – 11705 Preston Road in Dallas, Texas;

February 8, 2016 – BB&T Bank – 11800 Preston Road in Dallas, Texas;

March 15, 2016 – Comerica Bank – 19176 Preston Road in Dallas, Texas;

March 15, 2016 – Bank of Texas – 6701 Preston Road in Dallas, Texas;

March 15, 2016 – BBVA Compass Bank – 6501 Hillcrest Avenue in Dallas, Texas.

In each robbery, the subject has presented a note demanding money and threatening to have a weapon. To date, no one has been injured. The unknown subject has obtained an undisclosed amount of cash.

Investigators are calling this unknown subject the “Bad Hair Bandit” because they have worn either a black or gray wig during each crime to help conceal their identity.

 

Anyone with information regarding this robbery is asked to call the Dallas Field Office at 972-559-5000. You may also call the North Texas Crime Stoppers at 1-877-373-TIPS (8477) - all tipsters remain anonymous.

If you have any information concerning this case, please contact your local FBI Office or the nearest American Embassy or Consulate. You can also submit a tip at: tips.fbi.gov

Field Office: Dallas