Fort Bend Stick Up Raises Security Questions


Even with all the technology we have today, and online bank hacking scams, old fashioned bank robbers still manage to get away without getting caught on tape. A robbery at Chase bank in Houston was carried out by two suspects who entered the bank, used a handgun to order everyone on the floor, and grabbed everyone’s cellphones. Once they had taken over the bank, they ordered the bank teller to give them the money. No complicated scam, no dramatic exit, nothing. They then hopped into a black 1998 Ford F-150 pickup (that was reported stolen) and abandoned it later. The suspects are currently unidentified, at large, and wanted by the police.

One of the suspects is described as black, thin, and about 5-foot-10 with a light complexion. He wore a brown or tan jacket, cream-colored pants and brown shoes. The other man is described as black, thin and about 6-foot-2, with a light complexion. He wore a brown jacket, cream-colored pants and brown shoes. The driver of the pickup is unidentified and police have no description of him.

If anyone has any information about this case, police will pay up to $5,000 for information which leads to the suspects’ arrest.

(Via Chron)

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