FBI Seeks Two Men In Armed Robbery Of OKC Bank


Tuesday, March 5th 2013, 3:48 pm
By: News 9


Two armed men rob an Oklahoma City bank Tuesday morning, making off with a bag full of cash. Now, investigators believe the two could be responsible for two other robberies that occurred last month.

According to the FBI, the two suspects entered the Bank of Oklahoma located at 2601 N. Meridian in Oklahoma City around 10:41 a.m. Tuesday with guns drawn.

The FBI says one of the suspects remained near the back door while the other one walked up to the counter with a plastic bag and demanded money from two bank tellers. That man reportedly yelled at the bank employees to "don't touch anything" and "give me the money." The teller placed an undisclosed amount of money in the plastic bag.

The suspects left out the back door and got into a Honda vehicle, described as dark in color, possibly purple with a gray primer door. Nobody was injured.

Investigators say the robbery and suspect descriptions are similar to two other bank robberies committed recently. The first occurred on February 13 at the Bank of America, 3501 N. McArthur in Warr Acres.

2/13/2013 Related Story: FBI Releases Photos Of Gunmen Who Robbed Warr Acres Bank

The second robbery occurred on February 25 at the IBC Bank, 7723 N.W. 23rd Street in Bethany.

2/25/2013 Related Story: Gunmen Rob Bethany Bank

Surveillance photos and witnesses describe the suspects as:

Subject one (at counter): black male, mid 20's, 6'2" - 6'3", thin build, wearing a black or dark colored hooded jacket, jeans, carrying a revolver.

Subject two (near door): black male, 5'10" – 5'11", mid 20's, dark hooded sweatshirt with red letters on front, dark pants, carrying a silver pistol.

The robbery is being investigated by the FBI and the Oklahoma City Police Department.

Anyone with information regarding this robbery should contact the FBI at (405) 290-7770 (24 hour number). You may remain anonymous.

The Oklahoma Banker's Association offers a reward of up to $5,000.00 for information leading to the identification, arrest and/or conviction of anyone robbing a member bank.