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1/7/03

Monday's Robbery May Be a Second Hit for One Man

Lubbock Police continue to search for a man who robbed a bank Monday and now they are saying this may be the man's second strike.

Looking at surveillance photos taken from Monday's robbery at the Bank of America at 19th and University compared to a picture taken from a robbery at an American State Bank inside the Albertson's at 50th and Indiana, which happened in April of last year. Both suspects are black men, about 5'9'' or 5'10'' tall. Monday's suspect is said to be about 35 to 40 years-old. Police say April's suspect is in his early to mid thirties. In both instances, the suspect approached the teller and demanded money. However, in the April robbery the suspect showed the teller what looked like a pipe bomb. Monday, the man said he had a gun, but never actually showed one.

If you have information about either of these robberies call Crimeline at 741-1000.

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