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Photographs taken in 2002
18-to-22 years old
5'10" to 5'11"
An unknown Hispanic male suspect is believed to have robbed
a bank in El Cajon, California. On November 14, 2002, at approximately
9:00 a.m., a lone hispanic male entered the bank, approached
a female teller, and allegedly produced a note demanding money.
The teller put the money on the counter, which included bait
bills and a dye pack. The robber allegedly took the money and
exited the bank. Once outside the bank, the dye pack exploded
and was reportedly dropped by the robber.
During the robbery, the suspect worethe following: a dark
jacket; a blue New York Yankees baseball cap; and blue jeans.
The robber wore no facial hair and was clean shaven.