Police are seeking a hat wearing Henderson bank robber who has robbed, or attempted to rob, three banks over the past three months.
His latest attempt occurred this past Friday when the hat wearing bank robber entered a Wells Fargo branch on Stephanie St. in Henderson.
He was wearing a straw cowboy style hat when he handed the teller a note indicating that he had a gun and demanded money.
Instead of complying the teller reportedly hit the floor and sounded an alarm and the hat wearing robber fled empty-handed.
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The same man is suspected of robbing a Chase Bank on Eastern Avenue in Henderson on Sept., 3.
During that robbery the suspect is wearing a blue shirt and wearing a beige fedora hat with a stripe around the rim.
Just over a month later, the hat wearing Henderson bank robber struck another Chase Bank branch, located on North Stephanie Street.
In that instance he wore a black fedora hat and had on a plaid shirt.
Bank robbers rarely stop on their own and the more they rob banks without getting caught, the more dangerous they become.
According to the FBI, even in cases where weapons are not used during a bank robber the risk of violence increases each time a serial bank robber strikes.
The hat wearing Hendersons bank robber being sought is described as white male between the ages of 25 and 30. He is between 5-feet 7-inches and 5-feet 11-inches tall and weighs between 160 to 180 pounds.
In each bank robbery the suspect sunglasses and a hat pulled over his eyes.
Henderson Police urge anyone with information to call Henderson Police at 702-267-4750 or to remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555 or online at crimestoppersofnv.com.