The man is white with a tanned complexion, in his late 30s to early 40s, about 6 feet 3 inches tall and 175 pounds with a thin build. He has visible wrinkles around his mouth. He was last seen wearing a khaki, button-down long-sleeve shirt, blue jeans, brown steel-toed boots, brown wrap-around sunglasses and a baseball cap.
FBI officials said the man was acting very nervous and suspicious when he walked into the Wells Fargo Bank on the Katy Freeway near Highway 6 at about 5 p.m. Tuesday.The man immediately caught the teller’s attention, officials said. She tried to walk away to avoid the man, who shouted at her to go back to her station and give him money, investigators said. Detectives said the man put a plastic white bag on the counter to carry the cash.
The man told the teller not to put any tracking devices in the bag and demanded that she show him the drawer to prove that she gave him all the money, officials said.
Investigators said that as the man walked out of the bank, he turned back and shouted at the teller to not push any alarm buttons or contact the police.
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