FBI investigators believe same man robbed 7 banks in Maryland so far

FBI investigators believe one man has robbed seven Maryland banks in just over two weeks, according to a release from the bureau’s Baltimore Division.

The FBI Violent Crimes Task Force said the suspect changed his tactics since Friday April 4, when a bank manager recognized the serial bank robber from surveillance photos.

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The most recent robbery was reported Monday April 7 at the Wells Fargo bank in the 8500 block of Liberty Road in Randallstown. The suspect wore a mask, although investigators are confident that the same man robbed at least six other banks in the Greater Baltimore region.

 The same man robbed two banks within hours on Friday April 4: First a Wells Fargo bank in the 8200 block of Gateway Overlook Drive in Elkridge and then a Bay Bank in the 2600 block of Annapolis Road in Hanover.

“Witnesses have all described the robber as a black man, about 20 to 30-years-old, 5’6” to 5’7”, with a small build and medium complexion,” the release from the FBI states. “He presents notes to the tellers and demands money, stating he has a weapon.  Witnesses say the robber wore a mask in the most recent incident.”

Authorities believe the same man robbed all of the following banks: 

  • Wells Fargo – 8522 Liberty Road, Randallstown, MD on April 7
  • Bay Bank – 2637 Annapolis Road, Hanover, MD on April 4
  • Wells Fargo – 8210 Gateway Overlook Drive, Elkridge, MD on April 4
  • Wells Fargo – 582 Fredrick Road, Catonsville, MD on April 3
  • Wells Fargo – 1726 East Northern Parkway, Baltimore, MD on March 28
  • Wells Fargo – 860 North Rolling Road in Catonsville, MD on March 24
  • Wells Fargo – 6309 York Road, in Baltimore, MD on March 25

More from the release: 

If you have any information about the robber or the robberies, you are asked to call the Baltimore FBI at 410-265-8080.  You can also take a closer look at the surveillance photos by visiting our website at www.fbi.gov/baltimore