Three South Bay law enforcement agencies are looking for a robbery suspect whose image was caught on video surveillance and who is allegedly connected to at least five robberies over the last month. The most recent was on Tuesday.
The Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office released a photo of the man on Thursday, which showed a clean shaven, muscular white man, about 35 years old, wearing a black cap and standing between 5 feet six inches to 6 feet tall.
The affected banks are located in Cupertino, San Jose, Saratoga and Santa Clara, and they were robbed between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m.
Here is a list of robbery locations that are possibly connected to the same supsect:
- Jan. 18 5:03pm, US Bank at 10381 South DeAnza Blvd. in Cupertino
- Jan. 24 2:20pm, Wells Fargo Bank at 6465 Almaden Expressway in San Jose
- Feb. 1 2:30pm, Bank of the West at 18860 Cox Avenue in Saratoga
- Feb. 6 2:19pm, Wells Fargo Bank at 23000 Homestead Road in Cupertino
- Feb. 19 2:53pm, Wells Fargo Bank at 2792 Homestead Road in Santa Clara
In each of the robberies, the man presented a note to the teller demanding money, and fled with an undisclosed amount of cash.
Wells Fargo Bank is offering a reward of up to $5,000.00 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspect in the above described robberies.
Anyone with information on these cases are being asked to please contact Detective Sergeant Paula McAllister at the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office (408) 808-4500, Detective Ryan Chan at the San Jose Police Department (408) 277-4166, or Detective Sergeant Hoesing at the Santa Clara Police Department (408) 615-4814.