FBI searches for Bank robber known as the «Bandit in sweat pants»

The Federal Bureau of investigation need information to help in identifying and apprehending a suspect in a Bank robbery, which is called «Punk in sweat pants». Girl allegedly tied to 5 robberies in Oklahoma.

It is reported that she may be responsible for the following Bank robberies:

  • 12 December 2018 — MidFirst Bank at 5801 Northwest 39th Expressway, Warr acres, Oklahoma;
  • 15 January 2019 — MidFirst Bank 3232 South Broadway, Edmond, OK;
  • 28 Feb 2019 — MidFirst Bank 3232 South Broadway, Edmond, OK;
  • 9 April 2019 — IBC Bank at 4902 North Western Avenue, Oklahoma city, Oklahoma;
  • 14 may 2019 Bank of Oklahoma at 10912 North Rockwell Avenue, Oklahoma city, Oklahoma.

Female FBI Seeking Serial Bank Robber Identified as ‘Sweatpant Bandit’ The FBI is seeking information to aid in the identification and apprehension of a female bank robbery suspect, previously identified as the Sweatpant Bandit. https://t.co/0dqQtK42si

— FBI Oklahoma City (@FBIOklahomaCity) June 6, 2019

The FBI told of how a criminal. During each of the robberies suspecting entered the Bank, approached the teller and demanded to give her the money. After receiving a certain amount of money (which is not reported), the suspect left the Bank.

She’s called the «Sweatpant Bandit» pic.twitter.com/RNU7TH741m

— Erin Beu (@KOCOErin) March 2, 2019

The suspect in the robberies is described as a woman of European appearance, aged 30 to 45 years. Height is from 160 to 168 cm, the Figure is pretty great, weight approximately 49 kg. the Suspect was always dressed in sporty clothes, including a sweatshirt with long sleeves and sweatpants. Obviously, this style is suspect and has led to the fact that it was called «the Gangster in sweat pants». In her hands she saw a white-blue bag with a floral print. Photos of the suspect can be viewed on the FBI website Wanted Bank Robber.

RIGHT NOW: The FBI is hunting the «Sweatpant Bandit,» a woman wanted in connection to a robbery at the Bank of Oklahoma on Rockwell and NW 109th; They believe she’s also tied to the robbery at the MidFirst Bank Edmond in February https://t.co/md7epVL0AS pic.twitter.com/0T9IqxJi4n

— Dan Snyder (@DanSnyderFOX25) May 15, 2019

MidFirst Bank, a nonprofit organization, is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information that will lead to the arrest and conviction of the woman. In turn, the Federal Bureau of investigation said that they have no relation to the award or the circumstances of its receipt.