|Description: ||The first robber is described as a black male, 30-35 years old, approximately 6’2”- 6’3”, 190-200 pounds, with a dark complexion and a medium build. He wore a dark blue or black hooded jacket with multiple layers of clothing underneath. He also wore a black beanie, black gloves, and large-framed, black sunglasses. He was unshaven, had chapped lips and smelled like cigarettes.
The second robber is described as a black male, 20-25 years old, approximately 5’5”-5’6”, with a medium brown complexion and a thin build. He was clean shaven, wore a multi-colored tan layered coat, and an orange and brown baseball cap. He also wore designer sunglasses with diamond chips on the sides.|
|Narrative: ||At approximately 10:25a.m., the men entered the Compass Bank located at 3633 Rice in West University, Texas. One of the robbers approached the lone teller working at the counter, while the other waited a few steps behind him and observed while the robbery took place. The robber who approached the teller handed her a note in which he threatened to have a gun and demanded money. He then told the teller he was armed with a gun. The robber had his hands in his pockets, so no weapon was observed. After the teller turned over some cash, both robbers fled the bank on foot. No one was physically hurt during the robbery.|