FBI Baltimore needs the public's help in locating the suspect connected to a Towson Bank Robbery on May 15. According to City police, the suspect is linked to other unrelated crimes.
TOWSON, Md. - FBI Baltimore is seeking the public's help locating a 31-year-old man connected to a Towson Bank robbery.
On May 15 at 12:50 p.m. a man later identified as Dominic Walker, 31, entered the M&T Bank located on the unit block of York Road and demanded an undisclosed amount of money in a note.
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The victim, a teller, told police the suspect fled the bank on foot shortly after the robbery.
During the on-going investigation, the FBI Violent Crimes Task Force identified the suspect and discovered that his last known residence is located in Reisterstown, Maryland.
Walker is wanted in an unrelated attempted murder and aggravated assault charged, according to the Baltimore City Police Department.