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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Do you know this bank robber? Polite feline sought by FBI

Who is this mystery bank robber?

Courteous criminal demands money at Wells Fargo Bank
in Randall's, 11041 Westheimer in Houston, Texas. 
This middle aged female with crooked teeth waited her turn in line.  When she got to the teller she presented a note, nice and lady like, demanding money.  That is why people go to a bank, right?
Except this "female felon" didn't have any money in the bank.  Instead, her note said this was a robbery, and demanded money, says the FBI.
The Houston FBI Bank Robbery Task Force is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying  the woman. 

"At about 11:45 a.m., the woman approached the bank...She waited her turn in the teller line, and when called to the teller, she placed a threatening note on the counter which announced she was committing a robbery. The woman was given some cash which she placed inside her large, cream colored purse."  says the FBI in a press report.   

The woman is described as a white female, 48-55 years old, 5’4”-5’ tall, with a slender build and a light complexion. She wore glasses, a grey sweatshirt, and jeans and carried a large cream colored purse. Witnesses advised she may have had crooked teeth.

You can make $5,000 bucks for information leading to the charging and arrest of this sweet pea.  If you need help, call me and I will help you submit the information for part of the reward.  Sometimes those who are wanted by the police ask attorneys to assist them in turning themselves in.  It is always the best course, esepcially in a case like this. It is only a matter of time before the police catch up to this polite bank robber. 

Since it is a bank robbery, one can bet the cops will take it very seriously.  Sometimes an attorney can help in the turn-in process.  No matter the results, we need to get her off of the street.  This is for her protection, and for ours. 

The courteous bandit did not show a weapon and made no threats.  The FBI does not say she is armed and dangerous.  However, anyone who is so desperate they are willing to rob a bank may be violent, or have violent people forcing them to do things they would rather not do.

You can read more about it in the Houston Chronicle.  FBI seeks help in identifying bank robber

Many people don't have much sympathy for Wells Fargo based upon their abusive loan practices.  However, the solution is never to break the law.  We have courts of law and the court of public opinion for that! Wells Fargo home equity line rip off

It is important to remember that everyone is presumed guilty until proven innocent.  The action of this person are by allegation and information and belief.  A court of law will make the final determination.  The FBI is asking for your help in bringing this person to that court, to prevent potential violence and help a poor soul who has gone astray.

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