Wednesday, December 5, 2012
A bank robbery was foiled at Gravois Road near Mathilda Ave. Tuesday morning.
Police are looking for the man who attempted to rob South Community Credit Union Monday morning. When a teller at the bank, at 8814 Gravois Road, saw the suspect approaching wearing all-black clothing and a white bandanna on his face, the teller pushed the alarm and ran away from the service window, according to KMOV. The man then ran out of the building. This makes the third bank robbery in the area in the last two days. On Monday, three people robbed First Bank at 7256 Gravois, and a man in a wig robbed the US Bank at South County Center. SEE MORE STORIES
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Do you recognize the man in dreadlocks and a fedora who robbed a bank on Gravois Road Monday morning?
Police are searching for two men and a woman suspected of robbing First Bank at 7256 Gravois Monday morning. Police described the female robber as wearing a dark pull-over hoodie and oversized sunglasses. One male robber had long dreadlocks and facil hair, a light-colored fedora, a light-colored blazer and baggy pants. The other male robber was wearing a dark-colored fedora and a dark blazer. The robbers robbed First Bank at about 10:30 a.m. Monday. The men were armed with handguns, and the woman was armed with pepper spray, according to police. All three robbers got away with an undisclosed amount of money. Call CrimeStoppers at 866-371-TIPS with information. MORE CRIME NEWS
Sunday, July 1, 2012
Police have released a photo of the suspect who left with an undetermined amount of money Friday afternoon.
Police are trying to identify a man accused of robbing the US Bank located at 2041 Union Road at Reavis Barracks Road. Police responded at approximately 2 p.m. to the bank robbery, according to a St. Louis County Police report. The suspect left the scene in a gray color, older model GMC pickup truck with no plates. The man is in his mid 50s, has dark brown hair and is approximately 5-feet-8 to 5-feet-10 tall with a medium build, police said. The suspect left the scene with an undetermined amount of money. Police ask that anyone with information about the incident should call the St. Louis County Police Department at (314) 889-2341 or CrimeStoppers at 866-371-TIPS.