PHOENIX (KSAZ) - The FBI's Bank Robbery Task Force is asking for the public's help to identify three men suspected of robbing banks in the Phoenix area.
According to a statement released Friday afternoon, Desert Schools Federal Credit Union is offering up to $10,000 reward for information leading to the suspects' conviction. The suspects, referred to by the FBI as the "High Noon Bandits", are allegedly connection to three robbery incidents in the Phoenix area.
- First Bank at 1849 W. Glendale Avenue in Phoenix, on October 27
- Desert School Federal Credit Union at 406 E. Thunderbird Road in Phoenix, on November 24
- Arizona Federal Credit Union on 5485 W. Northern Avenue in Glendale, on December 1.
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During each of the robberies, the suspects are accused of threatening bank employees and customers with revolver-style handguns, and demanded money from bank staff.
In each of the robberies, FBI officials said at least one shot was fired.
The suspects are described by the FBI as 20 to 30 years old, 5' 8" to 6' tall, with an average build. The suspects are known to wear hooded sweatshirts and bandanas over their faces.
Anyone with information can leave a tip with the FBI at tips.fbi.gov, or call Silent Witness at 480-WITNESS.
Spanish speakers can call Testigo Silencioso at 480-TESTIGO.
Si tiene alguna información sobre este caso, llame a la línea de Testigo Silencioso (480-TESTIGO, 480-837-8446).