Police: Serial South Bay Bank Robber At Large

On Monday, police released two photographs of the suspect. In one of the images he is wearing a gray San Jose State University hoodie with purple lettering.

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    San Jose Police Department
    San Jose police released photos of this man on Sept. 25, hoping to get the public’s help in identifying the bank robbery suspect.

    San Jose police are hoping to identify a man they say is responsible for a trio of South Bay bank robberies within the last month.

    On Monday, police released two photographs of the suspect. In one of the images he is wearing a gray San Jose State University hoodie with purple lettering. In the other, he is wearing a burgundy sweatshirt. In both images he is wearing a baseball cap.

    He is a white man about 6 feet tall, and weighs about 190 pounds. He looks to be about 25 to 30 years old.

    The last robbery was noted on Sept. 5, when the man went into the U.S. Bank on Lincoln Avenue in Sunnyvale, and then walked off with some cash after he "made demands."
    Police say the same man is behind another Sunnyvale bank robbery on Aug. 27 at the same bank, and a U.S. Bank in San Jose on Aug. 29.

    Police did not say the man was armed.

    Anyone with information about this case should call Detective Semore of the San Jose Police Departments Robbery Unit at (408) 277-4166  or 3789@sanjoseca.gov. 

    Anyone who wants to remain anonymous can call the Silicon Valley Crime Stoppers at (408) 947-STOP (7867), or may visit: http://svcrimestoppers.org/.  Anyone providing information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspects may be eligible for a cash reward.
     

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