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FBI seeks suspect in 3 bank robberies, 1 in Clearfield

By Staff | Oct 6, 2022

Photo supplied, FBI

The FBI is looking for this suspect. Just moments after this security photo was taken on Sept. 9, 2022, at a credit union in Clearfield, the robber pistol-whipped a customer and stole money he had just withdrawn.

The FBI said Thursday it wants the public’s help to find a serial bank robber who held up two banks in Salt Lake County and mugged a Clearfield credit union customer.

The first robbery occurred on Aug. 30 at an America First Credit Union branch in Salt Lake City. An FBI news release said the man handed a teller a note and left on foot.

Next, on Sept. 9, the suspected robber followed a customer out of a Clearfield credit union, pistol-whipped him and robbed him of money he had just withdrawn.

On Sept. 27, the same robber hit a Chase Bank branch in Salt Lake City, handing a teller a note, pointing a gun at the employee and running away on foot.

The robber is described as a Black male, about 6 feet tall with a thin build. He wore a black beanie, black clothing and carried a red, white and black backpack.

Photo supplied, FBI

The FBI released this bank security photo of a man who is suspected of robbing banks in Salt Lake City on Aug. 30 and Sept. 27, 2022, and pistol-whipping and robbing a Clearfield credit union customer on Sept. 9.

The robber is considered armed and dangerous. Anyone who has information about the case should call the FBI Salt Lake City Field Office at 801-579-1400. The FBI said the Clearfield, South Salt Lake and Unified police departments are participating in the investigation.


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