Houston, TX 12/28/2007

Houston, TX 12/28/2007
Houston, TX 12/28/2007
Houston, TX 12/28/2007
Houston, TX 12/28/2007
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Date: 12/28/2007
Location: Capitol One Bank
Address: 8401 Westheimer
City: Houston
State: TX
Height: 5’ 10"   to  6’ 0"
Weight (Min): 170
Weight (Max): 180
Description: Unknown ethnicity male. Age 28-45. Height 5′10″ to 6′02″ 170-180 lbs. Medium to average build. Fake, sandy blond beard.Clothing: black knit cap, dark green jacket, black or blue jeans.
Narrative: On Friday, December 28, 2007, the above captioned institution, which is insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, was robbed by a lone male gunman. At approximately 10:50am, an unknown male entered the Capital One Bank wearing a fake beard and carrying a black satchel. He immediately removed a handgun from the satchel, charged the slide and loudly told everyone, “Freeze, don’t move.” He then gave the satchel to the tellers and told them, “Fill it up. Give me all the money you have.” He continuously pointed the pistol at all the tellers while standing away from the teller counter. Once the three tellers had placed all the money in the bag, the UNSUB took the bag and walked backwards out the bank. He told them “Don’t move.” as he left.
Contact: Houston FBI

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