PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The FBI and Philadelphia police need the public’s help to identify a bank robbery suspect.
Investigators say the man tried to rob two Philadelphia banks, but only made off with cash from one of them.READ MORE: Philadelphia Police Investigating Hit-And-Run That Killed Woman In Germantown: 'I Feel So Bad For The Family'
They say on March 13, he entered the Bank of America at 18th Street and Allegheny Avenue, handed the teller a demand note and threatened to blow up the bank.
He ran away empty-handed.READ MORE: Locals Flock To Lower Merion For Penn Wynne Civic Association’s 79th Annual Independence Day Celebration
Investigators say on April 20, the same man walked into the Beneficial Bank branch in the 1400 block of Rhawn Street, showed a demand note to a teller, and got away with an undisclosed amount of cash.
They say he fled in a black Germantown taxi cab.MORE NEWS: Crowds Gather In Haddonfield Township For First Major Rollout Of Fourth Of July Fireworks Since Pandemic
He is described as a black male in his late 30s to early 40s, with a goatee, and a neck tattoo.