SALT LAKE CITY — The FBI is seeking help in finding a man investigators have dubbed the "Holiday Bandit," suspected of robbing seven Salt Lake-area banks in November and December.
Robberies in Salt Lake City occurred at Zion Bank, 100 S. Main, and Wells Fargo Bank, 783 N. Redwood Road, on Nov. 20 and Nov. 23, respectively. The man wore a green beanie and tan jacket in the latter robbery, according to the FBI.Comment on this story
The same man went on to rob the Healthcare Credit Union, 769 E. South Temple, Salt Lake City, on Dec. 6; Zions Bank, 159 Center St., Midvale, on Dec. 12; U.S. Bank, 5352 S. 4015 West, Kearns, on Dec. 24; Key Bank at 1098 S. 300 West, Salt Lake City, on Dec. 27; and Key Bank 1065 N. U.S. 89, North Salt Lake, on Dec. 28.
In the Dec. 12 robbery, the man wore a puffy jacket with a hood and a hooded sweatshirt underneath the jacket. In the Dec. 27 robbery, he wore a long black jacket, blue jeans and red gloves, as well as a wig and fake mustache. In the Dec. 28 robbery, he wore a black ski mask, black hooded sweatshirt, gloves and blue jeans, according to the FBI.
Tips may be submitted to the FBI at 801-579-1400.