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Federal Bureau of Investigation
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FBI agent Scott Wilson would ...
FBI agent Scott Wilson would not comment on a possible motive for the attack.
It all started about 11 a.m. ...
It all started about 11 a.m. when the suspect robbed the Charter One Bank at 313 Euclid Ave. in Cleveland, FBI Agent Scott Wilson said.
"A black male came in dressed in a black T-shirt and wearing a black wig and robbed the bank," Wilson
added that the suspect was wearing dark blue jeans and is believed to be in his
late 20s to mid-30s, while standing 6-foot-1 to 6-foot-3.
passed a demand note, got the money and off he
At about 12:40 p.m., the same man is accused of attempting to rob the Charter One Bank
at 11324 Euclid Ave., which is in the University Circle neighborhood of Cleveland and connected to a Starbucks coffee shop.
"We believe the individual bought a container of orange juice right before he
tried to rob the bank," Wilson
Though the man was again wearing the wig, he'd changed out of the black T-shirt and into a white long-sleeve T-shirt, said Wilson
, adding that in this case the suspect didn't get away with any money.
"In this (incident), he
passes a demand note, but the teller instructs him she
needs some identification," Wilson
kind of backs away, he
walks over to another bank employee and leaves the bank."
The suspect is accused of then robbing the Dollar Bank
at 240 E. 228th St. in Euclid at about 2:15 p.m., Wilson
"Our bank robbery rates have been way down this year, but just recently we've seen an increase in bank robberies in the Cleveland area," Wilson
"We're still working on it," said ...
"We're still working on it," said Scott Wilson, spokesman for the Cleveland office of the FBI.
The robber walked into the Charter One Bank branch on Plaza Boulevard shortly after 9 a.m. and handed a teller a note demanding money, said Scott Wilson, special agent with the Painesville office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
After the teller handed her
an undisclosed amount of cash, the woman made a fast exit out the main doors into a green Ford Escort station wagon, Wilson
But female bank robbers are becoming more and more common, Wilson
2000 Missing and Exploited Children Awards
Senior Resident Agent Scott Wilson FBI, Painesville (Ohio) Township Division
...Senior Resident Agent (SRA) Scott Wilson of the FBI, Painesville (Ohio) Township Division, was honored for his exemplary work in the recovery of an infant who was abducted to Jordan by her noncustodial father.
SRA Wilson immediately obtained an International Parental Kidnapping Warrant and contacted the FBI
for help in determining the child's location in Jordan.During the following two months the child's father agreed to return with the child if the custodial mother would drop past domestic violence charges.With help from the General Consul at the United States Embassy
in Amman, Jordan, and the National Center for Missing
& Exploited Children, the abductor returned to the US where he
was apprehended.The child, who had a 102° F temperature, was reunited with her