The bank robber known as the “Snowboarder Bandit,” who was already sentenced to nearly eight years in prison for bank heists in Riverside County, was given two more years for 10 bank robberies in Orange County.
Felony robbery and burglary charges were filed Wednesday against the alleged “snowboarder bandit,” who is suspected in three Coachella Valley bank robberies.
A Riverside man already accused of robbing a series of Southern California banks, was re-arrested on charges of robbing two Coachella Valley banks, a sheriff’s spokesman said Saturday.
The FBI announced the arrest of the man they say has robbed at least ten banks in Orange, Riverside and Ventura Counties as the “Snowboarder Bandit.”
Authorities have linked a man known as the Snowboarder Bandit to a bank heist in Palm Springs.
A composite sketch was released Monday of a man, known at the Snowboarder Bandit, who is on the FBI’s most wanted list of bank robbers.
he so-called Snowboarder Bandit struck Wednesday for the tenth time, robbing a U.S. Bank branch in a grocery store in Irvine, according to the FBI.
The FBI says the “snowboarder bandit” has ditched his mountain man look for a more elusive ensemble.
The so-called “Snowboarder Bandit” may have struck again, after a man fitting the serial bank robber’s description robbed a Chase bank in Orange County.
The Anaheim police want to identify — and stop — the so-called “Snowboarder Bandit.”