SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) — The FBI is asking for the public’s help in finding a man known as the “Audi Bandit,” who is suspected of at least three bank robberies in the Bay Area over the last three months.
Officials say the most recent robberies occurred on June 3rd at banks in Livermore and Pleasanton.READ MORE: Home Alone: Helping Pandemic Pets Cope When Their Owners Return To Work
The suspect committed “note job” style robberies, at both the Fremont Bank on Holmes Street bin Livermore and the Wells Fargo Bank on Hopyard Road in Pleasanton. There was also a previous robbery at a Wells Fargo in Burlingame on May 27th.READ MORE: Neighbors Creating Holiday Magic On Candy Cane Lane In Pleasanton Since 1953
The suspect is described as a Hispanic man in his mid-twenties, approximately 5’7” to 5’8” with a skinny to medium build. He was seen leaving in two different Audis, one a late model A7 and the other a late model Allroad. Both vehicles had car dealer license plates, tags or inserts.MORE NEWS: As Oakland Lawmakers Prepare To Vote To Increase Police Staffing New Report Questions Need
Anyone with information is asked to contact their nearest FBI office.