SAPD, FBI investigating string of bank robberies in SA, asking for public's help

FBI offering up to a $5,000 reward for information leading to arrest


SAN ANTONIO – The San Antonio Police Department and local agents with the FBI are asking for the public’s help in locating a person of interest responsible for multiple bank robberies in San Antonio.

SAPD and the FBI are conducting a joint investigation into the robberies involving one man who officials said acted alone in the criminal activity beginning in 2013.

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Officials said the bank robber is believed to be a white man, possibly Hispanic, approximately 6 feet tall and weighing anywhere between 215 to 245 pounds.

The unidentified man is said to have started the series of bank robberies on the North side of San Antonio, at several Frost and Broadway Banks.


Officials said the dates of the robberies are: Nov. 4, 2013, April 17, 2014, Sept. 19, 2014, Nov. 24, 2015, June 16, 2016, and Nov. 4, 2016.

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The last known robbery occurred at approximately 2:31 p.m. on July 5, 2017, at a Frost Bank located at 1162 North Loop 1604 in San Antonio, officials said.


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Officials said the alleged robber took an undisclosed amount of cash from bank employees.

The man used two different vehicles from different robbery scenes driving a light green Toyota Camry and a silver Toyota Camry.

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Both the FBI and the Texas Bankers Foundation are offering up to a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of the alleged bank robber.

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Officials said anyone with information regarding the individual responsible for the bank robberies should contact the San Antonio FBI at 210-225-6741 or Crime Stoppers at 210-224-STOP (7867).

Tips can also be submitted online at tips.fbi.gov


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