Chase Bank – 11/09/18 – Columbus

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Robbery Date/Time: 11/09/18 2:53 pm
Location: Chase Bank
Address: 3100 W. Broad St.
City: Columbus
State: OH
Zip: 43204
Lead Investigator/Agency: Det. Brad Thomas - Columbus PD
Phone Number: 614-645-4665
Email: bthomas@columbuspolice.org; trombitas.1@osu.edu
Description:

On November 9th, 2018 at 2:53 pm, the suspect entered the Chase Bank at 3100 W. Broad St. The suspect made his way to the teller line and demanded V1 give him cash from her till or “He was going to kill people.” V1 stated the suspect had his hands in his jacket the majority of the time (Indicating he had a firearm). V1 gave the suspect $1000 (From the robbery funds). The suspect was standing next to another bank customer and demanded V2 give him the customer’s monies as well. V2 gave the suspect money from the customer’s transaction. The suspect then fled out the front door towards Brinker Ave. The suspect was described as a male black, light complected, 5’7-5’11, 160-180 lbs., tattoos on his left hand (Script Writing on the back of the hand and the numbers 1078 or 1079 on his fingers). The suspect also had his right hand bandaged. The suspect was wearing a black jacket with an integrated grey hood, black OSU hoody, black balaclava, medium colored blue jeans and tan colored Nike shoes.

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