FBI Searching for the Suspect in the Little Village Bank Robbery

On Monday afternoon, a guy robbed a Wintrust Bank in the Little Village district of Chicago, and the FBI is now searching for him.

Handed a Letter to Bank Staff Demanding Money

According to Siobhan Johnson, an FBI Special Agent, the guy walked into the bank on West 26th Street and 33rd Avenue at approximately 4 p.m.

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The FBI reports that the guy handed a letter to bank staff demanding money but did not display or even suggest that he had a firearm.

The individual  stood between 6 and 5 feet tall and was last seen carrying a black rucksack. He was wearing a blue surgical mask, black trousers with white stripes down the sides, and a black jacket, according to Johnson’s account.

Johnson did not specify whether the guy was given money by the bank’s staff, but he did state that the man left the building.

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Please visit tips.fbi.gov or contact 1-800-CALL-FBI if you have any information.
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