connectVideoArmed suspect fire shots in violent bank robbery caught on surveillance camera
Raw video: FBI doubles the reward to $20,000 for information leading to the identification and arrest of a bank robbery suspect, believed armed and dangerous, in the Middlesex Federal Savings Bank Somerville, Massachusetts.
A brutal bank robber terrorized a counter in Massachusetts when he fired a shot into the ceiling before pointing his loaded gun at her while ordering the money to be stuffed in his backpack, surveillance video shows.
A two-week manhunt for the suspect was performed in a higher gear as the authorities are now offering a $20,000 reward for information leading to the man’s arrest.
Massachusetts police are looking for a suspect in a brutal 1 May bank robbery.
Officials said the unknown man came to the Middlesex Federal Savings Bank just before 10 pm on 1 May and fired a few shots into the ceiling.
In the video, the suspect is seen approaching the teller window and gesturing with a loaded pistol, ordering the teller to put money in his backpack.
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The FBI said a uniformed Somerville police officer in the vicinity was alerted to a possible bank robbery in progress. When he went to the bank, the suspect allegedly fired a shot at the officer for the flight from the bank on foot.
A video from outside the bank showed a passer-by trying to stop the suspect.
“He is dangerous. And he is desperate, absolutely. The video shows that clearly,” former Boston police chief Dan Linskey told the Boston 25. “That is someone we need to get out of the street very quickly.”
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The FBI said the suspect, who was dressed in a Nike camouflage hooded sweatshirt, blue pants and wearing a black and red Under Armor backpack, is considered “armed and dangerous.”
Anyone with information is asked to call the FBI on 857-386-2000.