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Chicago’s Most Wanted: North Lake Robber

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CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) -

Bank robbers often find that after they've been successful once, they can rob again and get away with it. But that doesn't seem to be the case with this suspect.

This case involved the robbery of a US Bank branch in Northlake, Illinois. A male suspect walked into the bank at 26 West North Avenue back on August 16th. He approached the teller and announced the robbery, and then after obtaining the money, he slipped out of the bank and disappeared.

This was a non-takeover robbery. The man did not display a weapon, and there were no direct threats to the bank employees. But with any bank robbery we never know if the bandit might actually be armed.

After four months of searching, FBI agents' haven't been able to get anywhere with their leads. But, the pictures obtained from the bank security cameras might help break this case.

The FBI is offering a reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of this robber.

Here is the FBI's description of the Northlake bank robber:

He's a white male, 5'5'' to 5'7'' and about 50 years old with graying black hair. He was wearing a green and yellow baseball cap, possibly an Oakland A's hat. He also was wearing glasses. He is considered a danger to the community, if you see him, or know who he is, call police.

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