The Bensalem Police and the FBI are asking for the public’s help to identify a single man who has robbed three locations in four weeks.

In a video from the First Bank in Trevose, the suspect is seen moving a literal pile of cash around with his hands while talking with the teller.

Image of the suspect in a dark hood and mask carrying a blue bag. Image via Crimewatch.

It may be difficult to identify the robber from the tape and photos thanks to his dark hood and face cover. Witnesses describe him as a 5’8″ to 5’10”, medium build white male.

In each instance, the perpetrator threatened employees with a black semi-automatic handgun and made off with an unknown amount of cash. In the first case, video shows him grabbing a victim and holding them during the robbery.

  • Dec. 14: First Bank branch on the 4900 block of Old Street Road in Trevose
  • Dec. 20: Santander Bank branch on the 1400 block of Street Road in Bensalem
  • Dec. 31: A shop on the 2100 block of Galloway Road in Bensalem

Authorities consider this man armed and dangerous. Anyone with information should immediately contact the Bensalem Township Police at 215-633-3719 or the FBI at 215-418-4000.