Hair: Brown, cut short, military style
Eyes: Brown or hazel
Weight: 145 pounds
Height: 5 feet, 9 inches
Hat: A neon green or yellow baseball hat with "AWESOME" on the front.
Clothing: Blue waist-length windbreaker over a white crewneck t-shirt, blue denim jeans and dark athletic shoes.
On March 11 about 11:10 a.m., the man in the photograph above entered First Security Bank, 4740 S. 900 East in Murray, through the south entrance and walked to the self-help counter. There he wrote out a demand note on a pink cash transfer slip.
The note stated, "This is a robbery - keep hands where I can see them. Give me all your $ beginning with $100." The man then gave the note to a teller.
After reading the note, the teller opened her top drawer and pointed at a stack of $100 bills. The robber then grunted. The teller proceeded down each stack from the $100s to the $1s and at each stack the man would either nod or grunt indicating that he wanted that stack. However, when the teller began to pick up a stack of $1s containing bait bills, the man refused by shaking his head back and forth.
The robber then ran out through the north door of the bank. The teller that had been robbed notified another teller of the incident. Other employees then observed the man heading north/northwest on foot in the direction of a nearby K mart store.
FBI officials say the man should be considered armed and dangerous.
Utah Crime Solvers will pay up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and binding over of the suspect in this bank robbery. Anyone with information is encouraged to call Utah Crime Solvers at 964-CALL or 1-800-972-CALL. Or call the FBI at 355-7521. It is not necessary to give your name when providing information.
UTAH'S MOST WANTED
Height: 5 feet, 4 inches
Weight: 129 lbs.
Scars: 1-inch on left upper back, 4-inch on left upper arm, three 2-inch on left upper arm
Tattoos: A circle with scar on right lower arm
Also known as: Antonio Padilla, Antonio Herrera Gutierrez
Charge: Aggravated robbery (first-degree felony)Chavez was charged with robbing a Circle K store at 508 E. 300 South on April 10, 1990. Police say he and another man robbed the clerk at knifepoint. Chavez was caught 20 minutes later and the clerk identified him, court documents state. Chavez had cash and cigarettes believed to have been taken during the robbery. Police said he tried to hide the items in the back seat of the patrol car after he was arrested.
Chavez was released from jail to Pre-Trial Services and ordered to stay in Salt Lake City and undergo drug and alcohol counseling. A warrant for his arrest was issued when he failed to show up for a court hearing.
Anyone with information about his whereabouts is encouraged to call the Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office at 535-5441.