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Snellville Armored Truck Robbery, FBI Needs Your Help

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is requesting the public’s assistance in identifying and locating the individuals responsible for today’s armed robbery of a Loomis armored car courier, which occurred at the Wells Fargo Bank, 3520 Centerville Highway, Snellville, Georgia.

According to the FBI:

"On Monday, November 29, 2010, at approximately 9:00 a.m., a courier for a Loomis Armored Car, was robbed at gunpoint while servicing an ATM machine at the Wells Fargo Bank, located at  3520 Centerville Highway, Snellville, Georgia. The courier was approached from behind by a single robber who placed a semi automatic handgun to the courier’s head.  The robber departed the area with an undisclosed amount of money and was seen getting into the back seat of a light blue or silver vehicle, described as being possibly a Buick, Oldsmobile, or Jaguar." 

The robber is described as being a black male, late 20’s in age, 5’5”

Snellville Police Need Your Help

Snellville Police are requesting your assistance in locating a female suspect, seen robbing a Wells Fargo Bank located at 1590 Scenic Highway North, in Snellville.

According to police:

“Suspect was seen walking up the driveway between the bank and Wal?Mart by a customer who was going to the bank. The same customer held open the front door for the suspect. The suspect walked up to teller counter and approached the bank employee who was sitting behind the window. The suspect immediately passed a note demanding a large sum of cash. Once the suspect received the undisclosed amount of money, she left the bank through the front door. The suspect was last seen walking towards the driveway where she was seen prior to entering the bank.”

The suspect is believed to be a dark-skinned black woman, between 5’5 and 5’7, weighing 120-125 lbs.

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