FBI: Reward increased to $ 15,000 for information on Robins Financial Credit Union armed robbery – 41NBC News
The FBI increases his reward to $ 10,000 and Robins Federal Credit Union offers $ 5,000 for information leading to the arrest and charge of a suspect who robbed a bank at gunpoint, resulting in the injury of a bank teller.
WARNER ROBINS, Ga. (41NBC / WMGT) – The FBI and Robins Financial Credit Union are increasing the reward to $ 15,000 for an armed robbery suspect who has eluded authorities since November 22.
Robins Financial Credit Union added $ 5,000 to the initial $ 10,000 reward offered by the FBI for information leading to the arrest and charge of the person who robbed the credit union under threat of a armed.
According to the FBI, on November 22, 2021, the suspect entered the Robins Financial Credit Union at 853 North Houston Road in Warner Robins, demanded money from the cashiers, and fired a pistol, hitting a cashier.
The bank robbery suspect is described as a fair-skinned black man with a slender build, approximately five feet five inches to five feet seven inches, wearing a black mask, white t-shirt, khaki pants, shoes gray and wearing a black and gray drawstring bag. He escaped in a car stolen from a house in West Imperial Circle, which was later located in the Lake Vista apartment complex at 206 Northlake Drive in Warner Robins.
In November 2021, the FBI offered a reward of $ 5,000, but after several weeks, no arrests were made. If you have any information about this armed robbery, you are encouraged to call the FBI Atlanta / Macon Resident Agency at 478-745-1271 or go to advice.fbi.gov.