Glendale Police Hoping To Identify Bank Robber

The video below includes stills of a bank robbery suspect, his bicycle, and his truck from surveillance footage. The pink poof you see is the dye pack exploding attached to the cash that was stolen from the bank. [Photo courtesy Glendale Police Department]

Male, mid-40’s, 5′ 10″ and 240 lbs wearing a purple limited edition “Napa” hat with gold trim, black jacket with a small white emblem, jeans, and black Nike running shoes, aviator sunglasses and a black drawstring backpack

Glendale Police are asking the public’s help in identifying a man, who entered a bank at 5500 W. Bell Rd. and presented a demand note demanding cash. The man claimed he had a weapon and had a bulge on his left waistband area but did not display a firearm. After leaving with an undisclosed amount of cash, he ran northbound through the parking lot to a teal and purple beach cruiser bicycle with a large wire basket attached to the rear. He rode the bicycle to a white extended cab Toyota Tundra backed into the rear parking lot of a nearby fitness gym and left possibly westbound on W. Bell Rd from 57th Ave.

Glendale Police are asking anyone who knows who this man is, or has any information that can help detectives lead to his arrest to call Silent Witness at 480-WITNESS or 480-TESTIGO for a possible #CASH #REWARD up to $1000 or you can call the Glendale Police Department at 623-930-3000.

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