MADISON — The Wisconsin Bankers Association is offering up a reward of $8,500 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of a person who robbed several banks in southeast Wisconsin.
Law enforcement officials describe the person allegedly involved in these robberies as a white male in his late 20s to early 30s. He is between 5’8” and 6’ with a thin build and brown hair. He may have a deformity or disability to his left hand. He typically wears a baseball hat, jeans and sunglasses during a robbery.
This person was observed in the bank robberies occurring at the following times and locations:
- April 23, 2012 at Johnson Bank, 3928 60th Street, Kenosha
- May 5, 2012 at PNC Bank, 2356 W. Washington Street, West Bend
- May 18, 2012 at Hometown Bank, 245 N. Peters Avenue, Fond du Lac
- May 31, 2012 at M&I Bank, 1301 Hwy 175, Richfield
- June 11, 2012 at U.S. Bank, 1472 E. Sumnet Street, Hartford
- June 15, 2012 at National Exchange Bank & Trust, 326 E. 2nd Street, Westfield
The individual typically enters the bank and hands the teller a note which demands cash and no alarms. The suspect then flees on foot. In some cases, witnesses described his vehicle as a green 1990s Plymouth Voyager or Dodge Caravan that might have a maroon or purple hood.
This fund is operated by the Wisconsin Bankers Association. If you have any information about this case or can identify this suspect, please contact the FBI Milwaukee at 414-276-4684.