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FBI needs help locating Huascar Cuevas

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CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) -

In most bank robberies, the FBI has photos and they need the public's help identifying who the bandit is. This time, authorities say they know who their robber is, they just can't track him down.

The robbery took place November 1, 2011 at the Charter One Bank in Berwyn, at 6201 West Cermak. The crook walked into the bank around 5 p.m., handed the teller a note and demanded cash. He implied he had a weapon, but never displayed one. The bank employee handed over the money and the man fled.

Agents were able to find a fingerprint, and when they entered it into the system, they discovered a match to a man by the name of Huascar Cuevas. They also compared bank surveillance photos to the driver's license picture on file for Cuevas. This, they say, confirmed Cuevas was responsible for the bank heist.

The evidence, once presented to a grand jury, led to an indictment and then an arrest warrant in March of this year.

Cuevas's last known address was in the 2700 block of West Cermak where he lived with his brother. He also has ties to Berwyn and to people near O'Hare Airport. In the past, he has worked for a local temp agency. The FBI says he could be looking for similar employment now. Agents hope a fox Chicago viewer knows where he is they will contacts the FBI.

Here is the FBI's description of Cuevas.

He's a Cuban male, 25-years-old, 5'8'', and weighs 160 pounds. He has black hair and brown eyes.

If you see him call police.

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