The Federal Bureau of Investigation is looking for information which could help agents find and arrest a bank robbery suspect who is believed to be responsible for four robberies in the Sacramento area.
The suspect seen in still images captured from surveillance video appears to be young Caucasian man. He is described as 20 to 30 years old, standing 5'6" to 5'10" tall with a thin build. He has frequently worn hooded sweatshirts with the hood pulled over baseball-style caps, dark basketball-style shorts, and black shoes during the robberies.
He is suspected of robbing the River City Bank at 239 E Street in Davis on November 23rd, the U.S. Bank located at 903 Colusa Avenue in Yuba City on November 27th; the U.S. Bank located at 1020 White Rock Road in El Dorado Hills on January 2, 2019; the U.S. Bank at 1020 white Rock Road in El Dorado Hills on February 15th; and an attempted but unsuccessful robbery at the Wells Fargo Bank located at 1235 Stratford Avenue in Dixon on March 2nd.
The FBI said the suspect did the same thing at each bank. He approached a teller with a note demanding money, then he left on foot immediately after getting the cash.
If you have any information which might lead to the arrest of this suspect you may call the FBI Sacramento Field Office. Tips may also be submitted online. You are warned not to approach the man but call 9-1-1 if you spot him.