Law enforcement asks for help in catching bank robber - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Law enforcement asks for help in catching bank robber

SOUTHWEST LOUISIANA (KPLC) - The FBI, along with the Sulphur Police Department (PD), Crowley PD, Rayne PD, and Jennings PD, are seeking the public's assistance in identifying and locating an individual believed responsible for recent bank robberies and an attempted bank robbery.

The man is suspected of robbing several banks including the First National Bank in Crowley, Rayne State Bank in Rayne, Whitney National Bank, 1805 Ruth Street, Sulphur, and the Jeff Davis Bank located at 405 West Division Street in Jennings, Louisiana.

The man's described as a white male, approximately 5'10" - 6' tall, 40-50 years old with an average build, wearing a dark baseball hat possibly bearing a Miami Heat logo on the front, and dark sunglasses.

Anyone with any information regarding these bank robberies and/or the suspect is requested to contact the FBI New Orleans Division's Lafayette Resident Agency at 337-233-2164 or the Lake Charles Resident Agency at 337-433-6353 or any of the local agencies mentioned above.

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