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Robbery, November 09, 2012
Suspect 9286
Gender: male
Build: medium
Complexion: light
Height: medium
Bank Robbery - Dedham - 11/9/2012
Suspect 9287
Gender: male
Build: medium
Complexion: medium
Height: medium
Bank Robbery - Dedham - 11/9/2012
Robbery - Case No. 120633
November 09, 2012
Dedham : Blue Hills Bank

Case Details:
On Friday November 9, 2012 at approximately 1417 hours, 2 white/light skinned Hispanic males entered the Blue Hills Bank. Subject #1 brandished a firearm, and began to secure both the tellers and the bank manager. Subject 2 approached a teller station where after demanding money, lurched forward over the counter taking same from the teller. They both fled the bank on foot .

The subjects are described as White or light skinned Hispanic Male's, in their mid 30's, 5'10-6".

Subject #1 was wearing a grey hat, grey sweatshirt , blue jeans, sunglasses, white sneakers, some sort of electronic device in his left ear (similar to a bluetooth), and one glove over the left hand. He also had what appeared to be white or duct tape over his nose area, all the while brandishing what appeared to be a black semi-automatic handgun. >br>
Subject #2 was wearing a red hat, white or grey shirt, dark grey sweatpants, white Nike sneakers, grey gloves, sunglasses on his shirt, and he appeared to have a mustache.

This case remains open for investigation.

If you have any information about the identity of this person or where they are, please contact:

Bank Robbery/Violent Crime Task Force: (617) 223-6560
Investigator: Tpr T. Michael Ahern
Case Submission No.: 120633

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