FBI seeks serial Bucks and Montgomery County robber

Credit: FBI
Credit: FBI
The FBI is looking to identify an armed serial robber who has hit eight placed in Bucks and Montgomery Counties.

So far he’s hit:

Oct. 21: Saladworks, 314 Horsham Road, Horsham Township, PA

Oct. 22: Lukoil, 3401 W. Moreland Road, Upper Moreland Township, PA

Oct. 24: Jimmy John’s, 3612 Welsh Road, Upper Dublin Township, PA

Oct. 25: Bank of America inside Giant Food, 1121 Bethlehem Pike, Lower Gwynedd Township, PA

Nov. 1: Bank of America inside Weis Market, 25 West Germantown Pike, East Norriton, PA

Nov. 7: PNC Bank inside Giant Food, 760 Route 113, Hilltown Township, PA

Nov. 8: Citizens Bank inside ACME, 505 W. Butler Ave., New Britain Township, PA

Nov. 12: Bank of America inside Giant Food, 1121 Bethlehem Pike, Lower Gwynedd Township, PA (attempted robbery)

During all eight of the incidents the 6-foot-tall robber, who is described as a white man in his 30s, displayed a handgun, authorities said.

He has brown hair and is frequently seen with facial hair or stubble.

“He’s known to wear are a red Phillies cap, a black jacket with light-colored stripe across the chest, a green baseball cap with a pink brim, and a blue hooded sweatshirt,” according to a news release. “He’s also been known to carry a green recyclables bag in which he puts the stolen money.”

Anyone with information is asked to call the FBI at 215-641-8910.

There may be a reward for information leading to this subject’s capture. Tipsters can remain anonymous.

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