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Bank Robberies

FBI in New York released these two pictures of Luis Alomar. (Source: FBI)

FBI: Man With Fla. Ties Wanted For Bank Heists In Northeast

There’s an FBI alert for a bank robbery suspect from the Northeast who has ties to South Florida.

CBS Miami–12/23/2013

Derek Harper, who was wanted for a number of bank robberies in New York, was taken into custody on Miami Beach.  (Source: New York Police Department)

New York Bank Robbery Suspect Found On Miami Beach

A New York man wanted half a dozen bank robberies in the Big Apple was picked up Monday night at a Miami Beach hostel.

09/17/2013

Mugshot for Jeffrey Ross, accused in a series of bank robberies in Broward County. (Source: FBI)

FBI Looking For Serial Bank Robber In Broward County

The Federal Bureau of Investigation announced Tuesday that it has identified a possible suspect in a string of recent bank robberies in Broward County.

CBS Miami–04/23/2013

Police say this man, who has not been identified, is responsible for several robberies, some as far away as Texas. (CBS4)

Pembroke Pines Police Arrest Suspect In Multiple Bank Robberies

Multiple law enforcement agencies were set to announce the arrest of a suspect they believed is responsible for multiple bank robberies in South Florida and other states.

CBS Miami–09/11/2012

(Source: FBI)

Man Accused In One Day Bank Robbing Spree Arrested

The economy may be tough, but there must have been something in the air Thursday because four banks were robbed in a span of just five hours.

CBS4–03/29/2012

Boca Bank Robbery

Feds Searching For Serial Bank Robber

The FBI has released photographs of a robber who struck a TD Bank in Boca Raton and who agents believe may have targeted seven other banks in the past few months.

CBS4–02/25/2012

FBI agents are looking an armed robber who held up the Wells Fargo Bank in Fort Lauderdale Wednesday. (Source: FBI)

FBI Investigating Three Broward Bank Robberies

The Federal Bureau of Investigations is trying to determine if three bank heists which took place over the span of an hour Wednesday in three Broward County cities are linked.

CBS4–11/30/2011