‘Make It Quick’ Bandit Strikes For 11th Time In 4 Years
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A bank robber, dubbed the “Make It Quick” bandit, has been linked to his eleventh hold up in four years, the FBI said.
The suspect robbed a U.S. Bank inside a Vons supermarket, located at 1221 S. Gaffey Street in San Pedro, on Saturday, officials said.
He reportedly gave a teller a demand note before escaping with an unknown amount of money.
The suspect has robbed that same location twice before, according to the FBI.
He has also been linked to the following robberies:
Jan. 4, 2009: U.S. Bank 1221 S. Gaffey, San Pedro
June 25, 2011: U.S. Bank 1221 S. Gaffey, San Pedro
Sept. 21, 2011: U.S. Bank 500 E. Manchester, Inglewood
Oct. 26, 2011: U.S. Bank 200 E. Sepulveda, Carson
Nov. 13, 2011: U.S. Bank 500 E. Manchester, Inglewood
Dec. 21, 2011: U.S. Bank 1260 W. Redondo Beach, Gardena
June 30, 2012: U.S. Bank 1260 W. Redondo Beach, Gardena
July 14, 2012: U.S. Bank 1770 W. Carson, Torrance
Aug. 24, 2012: U.S. Bank 1260 W. Redondo Beach, Gardena
May 17, 2013: U.S. Bank, Gardena
The suspect, who is believed to be Latino, is between 25 and 35 years old and has dark hair and a goatee. He is between 5 feet 10 inches and 6 feet 1 inch tall and weighs more than 200 pounds.