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Jul-07-2009 10:49printcomments

FBI seeks Woodburn Bank Robbery Suspect

Witnesses describe the man as White, approximately 30-years old, 6’4", weighing about 180 pounds.

Photos of suspect Woodburn Bank Robbery 7-7-09
Photos of suspect Woodburn Bank Robbery: FBI

(WOODBURN, Ore.) - The FBI and the Woodburn Police are releasing bank surveillance photos of a man and a get away vehicle believed involved in a bank robbery, which occurred on July 6, 2009, at approximately 10:28 AM, at the Wells Fargo Bank, located at 2600 Newberg Highway, in Woodburn, Oregon.

The FBI and Woodburn Police Department are asking the public's help again in an effort to generate tips as well as to corroborate information on an unidentified potential suspect.

Witnesses describe the man as White, approximately 30-years old, 6’4", weighing about 180 pounds.

He has facial hair; a goatee, and was wearing a baseball hat.

The FBI says the subject displayed a note and a gun in his waistband, and escaped in a green Ford Taurus "SHO" with a fin on it. The subject should be considered armed and dangerous.

Anyone with information on this bank robbery is asked to call the FBI in Salem at (503) 763-7501 during normal business hours; the FBI in Portland at (503) 224-4181 twenty-four hours a day; or the Woodburn Police Department at (503) 982-2345.




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Anonymous July 7, 2009 10:32 pm (Pacific time)

Oh snap, I drive a Green Taurus that looks just like that :( I hope I dont get pulled over at gunpoint or anything.

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