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.
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.