From The Trussville Tribune staff reports
BIRMINGHAM — The Birmingham Federal Bureau of Investigation has announced that PNC Bank is offering a $25,000 reward for information leading to the identification and arrest of the man who has robbed several of its locations, including one in Trussville on Feb. 22.
The suspect has hit other PNC banks in Montgomery, Tuscaloosa and most recently in Auburn. He almost entered a PNC location in Pell City but left before police could arrive.
He is described as a white male, approximately six feet to six feet, two inches tall; weighing approximately 220-240 pounds, and possibly in his 30s. In all of the robberies, he has worn a fake beard, baseball cap and drives a silver, four-door 2011-2016 Hyndai Elantra.
“Additional warning signs to look for in bank robbers often, but not always, include: current financial problems and/or drug addiction issues,” the FBI stated. “In this particular case, another warning sign might be a personal vendetta towards PNC Bank.”
The FBI also stated that the suspect has hit banks during afternoon hours, indicating that he could possibly be unemployed or working odd days and hours.
Anyone with information are asked to call the FBI Birmingham Field Office at 205-326-6166 or the FBI Mobile Field Office at 251-438-3674.