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Five Tarrant County banks robbed by same suspects, police say

One of the men accused in a string of bank robberies over the last month.
One of the men accused in a string of bank robberies over the last month. Courtesy of Fort Worth Police Department.

Police are searching for two men accused of robbing five banks in Fort Worth, North Richland Hills and Hurst over the last month.

One of the men, Fort Worth police said Friday, wore a floppy hat as he robbed a Chase Bank in the 9900 block of Camp Bowie West Boulevard on Oct. 7.

“Gun...give me all your money,” the note said, according to police.

The same man is the suspect in a robbery of a Wells Fargo bank on Iron Horse Boulevard in North Richland Hills on Oct. 24 and a Wells Fargo in Hurst on Oct. 28.

In the Hurst robbery, another man was seen with the suspect at the bank.

On Thursday, the other man robbed a Wells Fargo in the 8000 block of North Beach Street in Fort Worth, police said.

About 45 minutes later, the two men robbed Woodhaven National Bank in the 6000 block of North Beach Street. This time, a dye pack went off, and the suspects left without taking the money.

They were seen driving away in an older model gray sedan.

Police described the suspects as black men in their 20s. One man had a pony tail on top of his head, police said, and he might wear prescription glasses.

Anyone with information about the suspects is asked to contact detectives at 817-989-3317.

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