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The robbery occurred around 11:17 a.m. Saturday at the Arvest Bank, located at 2101 S Santa Fe. The robbery occurred around 11:17 a.m. Saturday at the Arvest Bank, located at 2101 S Santa Fe.
Police say they believe the suspect may be the same one wanted for Thursday's ONB Bank robbery in Edmond. Police say they believe the suspect may be the same one wanted for Thursday's ONB Bank robbery in Edmond.
The suspect is described as a white male in his mid-40s, average-stocky build, standing between 5'8" and 6', with brown and gray hair in a pinned-up ponytail, mustache. The suspect is described as a white male in his mid-40s, average-stocky build, standing between 5'8" and 6', with brown and gray hair in a pinned-up ponytail, mustache.
OKLAHOMA CITY -

The Oklahoma City Police Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation are seeking a suspect in a bank robbery that took place Saturday morning.

The robbery occurred around 10:40 a.m. Saturday at the Mid First Bank, located at 7403 S. Pennsylvania Avenue.

According to the release, the suspect entered the bank, jumped over the teller counter and emptied several teller bank drawers.

Police say they believe the suspect may be the same one wanted for Thursday's ONB Bank robbery in Edmond. Although, they say a gun was seen during the Edmond bank robbery, but not at Mid First Bank.

Police also believe he may be the same person wanted for Saturday's Arvest Bank robbery in Moore. The robbery occurred around 11:17 a.m. Saturday at the Arvest Bank, located at 2101 S Santa Fe.

6/6/2014 Related Story: FBI Seeks Suspect In Edmond Bank Robbery

The suspect is described as a white male in his mid-40s, average-stocky build, standing between 5'8" and 6', with brown and gray hair in a pinned-up ponytail, mustache, wearing a predominantly black Oklahoma State University Nike jacket with "OSU" and Nike swoop in orange, black baggy pants and rectangular-shaped sunglasses.

If you have information about today's Mid First Bank robbery in Oklahoma City or the ONB Bank Robbery in Edmond, you have been asked to contact the FBI at 405-290-7770 or OCPD Crime Stoppers at 235-7300.

There is a reward of up to $2,000 from the Oklahoma Bankers Association for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspect.  

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