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FBI Search for 'Green Tattoo' Bandit Who Robbed Same Bank Twice
The FBI believe it was the same suspect who robbed a La Crescenta Bank of America branch three years ago, and in September of this year. They are calling him the "Green Tattoo" bandit because of the green-reddish tattoos he sports on the back of his neck, as noted by witnesses. The suspect is thought to have committed at least two bank robberies; his method is to hand the teller a manila envelope containing a letter threatening violence if they did not comply with his wishes.
The "Green Tattoo" bandit is described as an Hispanic or Caucasian male, approximately 35 years old, 6’, 200 lbs with an athletic build; black short hair and a light complexion.
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