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‘Green Gaiter Bandit’ linked to series of bank robberies wanted by FBI

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‘Green Gaiter Bandit’ linked to series of bank robberies wanted by FBI

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An unidentified suspect known as the ‘Green Gaiter Bandit’ believed to have been linked to at least 18 bank robberies and attempted bank robberies in Southern California since October is wanted by the FBI and several other law enforcement agencies. law enforcement.

The bureau is asking for the public’s help in identifying the suspect seen wearing a green face covering in surveillance videos at banks in Los Angeles and Orange counties over the past few months.

The suspect typically passes a note or gives a verbal command to a bank teller for cash or “loose bills” before fleeing on foot, the FBI said in a statement Wednesday.

The FBI released images of the “Green Gaiter Bandit” in an effort to identify him.
(FBI)

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‘Green Gaiter Bandit’ linked to series of bank robberies wanted by FBI

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The FBI released images of the “Green Gaiter Bandit” in an effort to identify him.
(FBI)

He is described as a white male about 6 feet tall, between 50 and 60 years old, with a medium to heavy build and gray hair. He sometimes wears a tan jacket and a variety of different colored spats with the green one, the FBI said.

‘Green Gaiter Bandit’ linked to series of bank robberies wanted by FBI

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The FBI released images of the “Green Gaiter Bandit” in an effort to identify him.
(FBI)

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Anyone with information about their identity or whereabouts should call law enforcement. In Los Angeles and Orange counties, the FBI can be reached at 310 477-6565.

‘Green Gaiter Bandit’ linked to series of bank robberies wanted by FBI

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