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Guest Officer Helen Andrews

The Metropolitan Police Department in conjunction with the Federal Bureau of

Investigation is seeking the public's assistance in investigating a series of robberies which havevoccurred at the United Bank located in the 1600 block of K Street, NW, between May 14, 2009 andvSeptember 8, 2009. Detectives are looking at the possibility that one suspect may be responsible for each of these offenses; however, the investigation into all of these cases remains ongoing.


In each incident the suspect reportedly entered the United Bank and passed a note to the teller demanding money. The suspect then obtained an undetermined amount of money before making good his escape. The reported robberies have occurred on the dates and times indicated below:


· September, 8, 2009 at approximately 10:13 am

· July 14, 2009, at approximately 10:10 am

· May 14, 2009, at approximately 11:05 am


The suspect is described as a medium complexioned black male, between 45-55 years of age, standing approximately 6' to 6'2" in height. He is reported to have a mustache with a thick goatee and wearing large framed glasses. In the September incident he was reportedly last seen wearing alight blue ¾ -length jacket, a dark grey hat, large framed glasses, dark colored pants, and a light colored shirt with a necktie, dark shoes and light colored gloves. In each of these offenses the suspect has reportedly been described as being well dressed.


The Metropolitan Police Department is currently offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for these robberies.


Anyone with information about these cases is asked to call police at 202-727-9099 or 1-888-919-CRIM [E]. Anonymous information may also be forwarded to the DC Crime Solvers Unit at 1-866- 411-TIPS and to the department's TEXT TIP LINE by text messaging 50411. If the information provided to Crime Solvers leads to an arrest and indictment, that caller will be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000.





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