FBI seeks 'impatient bank robber' from FM 1960 stickup
FBI agents are continuing to search for a robber who threatened a teller Monday during a hold-up at a bank inside a northwest Harris County grocery.
The robber struck at an IBC Bank branch inside a Kroger in the 12400 block of FM 1960 West.
After initially telling the bank employee that he wanted to make a routine withdrawal, the robber then said he had a gun and demanded she turned over the cash, FBI agents said Tuesday.
Investigators dubbed him the "Impatient Bank Robber" because he repeatedly told her that he would pull out his pistol if she didn't hurry, officials said.
The robber got cash from the teller and fled. He was seen getting into a small, four-door black sedan. The teller didn't see a weapon and there were no reported injuries, officials said.
FBI agents described the bank robber as a 25-year-old black man with a slim build. He is about 5-feet-10 and wore sunglasses, a black baseball cap with the Colorado Rockies logo on the front and a dark hooded jacket.
Crime Stoppers of Houston will offer up to $5,000 for information leading to the robber's arrest. Call 713-222-TIPS (8477).