Fort Worth police just released this press release about a bank robber who appears to be 65-70 years old. Have a look at the PD's press release below.
-- Bill Miller
On Monday, September 23, 2013 at approximately 11:58 a.m. the suspect walked into the Chase Bank located at 1523 S. University Drive. The suspect walked up to the teller and handed her a note demanding money. This suspect is believed to be the same one responsible for the Wells Fargo Bank Robbery that occurred on Friday, September 20, 2013 at 9:15 a.m. located at 1661 S. University Drive.
The suspect was last seen driving South bound toward University Drive in the suspect vehicle. An undetermined amount of currency was taken during this robbery.
The Fort Worth Police Department’s Robbery Unit is asking for the public’s help in finding the person responsible for this robbery. If you have any information contact Detective Garza 817-989-3315.
Police Report # 130094344
SUSPECT INFO white male, approximate age 65-70 years of age
SUSPECT Vehicle: gray or silver sedan unknown makes or model
Relatives of a man whom the FBI dubbed the "Bucket List Bandit" because he told victims he was suffering from a terminal illness say they were not surprised he again landed on the wrong side of the law.
Michael Brewster, 54, (right) was arrested last week after running a stop sign near a casino at Roland, Okla.
Court records show the accused bank robber has a long history of run-ins with the law. He served time in a Kentucky prison, and has an arrest record for being fugitive from justice in Colorado and for drug and property crimes in Florida.
"We know he's a criminal, so we weren't too shocked. He's a nice guy, but kind of conniving," said 24-year-old Amanda Brewster, who's the suspect's niece. "I think he's more comfortable living in prison."
Arlington police are seeking the public's help in identifying a man suspected of robbing a bank last week.
The robbery took place at about 2:45 p.m. June 5 at a bank in the 900 block of North Arbrook Boulevard.
A white male believed to be 35 to 40 years old walked up to the counter and demanded money. Video surveillance footage shows him to have a thin build and tattoos on both forearms. He left the scene in a newer white Ford F-150 with a regular cab with tinted windows.
Police are using social media to share images from the video footage in hopes of connecting with anyone who might be able to identify the man.
Anyone with information is asked to call Detective Dara Dewall at 817 459-5739, or Crime Stoppers at 817-469-TIPS (8477). All tipsters remain anonymous and are eligible for a reward up to $1,000.
DALLAS -- An accused robber with spelling problems pleaded guilty Tuesday to stealing cash from a bank last summer on Martin Luther King Boulevard, federal authorities said.
According to federal court documents, Debbie Regina Norman, 48, of Dallas walked into the Chase Bank, 2833 Martin Luther King Boulevard, on June 15 and handed the teller a note which stated “Ima shoot you geme money.” She then yelled out, “Right now!”
As she was shouting, Norman placed her hand inside a dark bag as if she had a weapon, the documents stated.
Norman left the bank after the teller gave her an undisclosed amount of money, according to the documents.
Dallas police later arrested her.
Norman entered her plea on a charge of bank robbery before U.S Magistrate Judge Irma C. Ramirez Tuesday morning in a federal courtroom.
Norman is scheduled to be sentenced on April 23.
The Dallas woman faces a maximum of 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.