SAN FRANCISCO—Three bank robberies that have occurred in San Francisco within the past two weeks have prompted a joint effort by the FBI and the San Francisco Police Department to locate the “Clean-Cut Bandit.”
The first robbery took place on March 30, at a U.S. Bank located at 4610 Mission Street. The second came at a Citibank at 260 California Street, and the third at the Bank of America location at 3701 Balboa Street.
The suspect, who has been captured on surveillance footage, is profiled as a black man, standing between 6 foot and 2 inches tall to 6 foot and 3 inches tall with an athletic, muscular build. During all three robberies, he was wearing polo shirts. He also has tattoos on both of his arms.
The suspect, dubbed the Clean-Cut-Bandit for his well-groomed, clean-shaven face, allegedly brandished a knife at bank employees during two of the robberies. Authorities consider the suspect armed and dangerous.
An undisclosed award has been made available to anyone who assists in his arrest. Anyone with knowledge of the suspect’s identity is urged to contact the FBI at (415) 553-7400. Tips may also be submitted online at tips.fbi.gov.