The Edmond Sun

March 28, 2014

FBI searches for IBC bank robbery suspects

James Coburn
The Edmond Sun

EDMOND — A bank robbery took place at about 2:30 p.m. at the IBC Bank, 1812 E. 15th Street, according to James E. Finch, Special Agent in Charge of the Oklahoma City Division of the FBI.

The Edmond Police Department is assisting in the investigation.

No one was injured during the bank robbery. The subjects were last seen fleeing the bank, heading east on East 15th Street.

Finch reported that an unidentified white female entered the IBC bank while an unidentified black male held the entry door of the bank open. The white female presented a demand note to the teller, which also stated they had multiple guns, the report stated.

“No weapon was actually observed,” Finch stated. “The teller complied with the demand and the female subject placed an undisclosed amount of money in a black vinyl portfolio.”

A witness of the bank robbery reported seeing a white female with a pale complexion and small features, high pitched voice, in her mid- to late 20s. The witness described the suspect as having light blonde hair, and being 5-feet 5-inches tall, according to the report.

The witness also stated the suspect has a petite build and weighs about 130 pounds. She was wearing a black leather jacket, blue jeans, white sneakers, sunglasses with black plastic rims, a green camouflage baseball style cap with orange threading and was carrying a black vinyl portfolio, according to the witness report.

The second suspect was described as a black male in his 40s-50s, black hair with some graying. He was described as being 6 feet tall with average build, wearing a dark olive green shirt, dark pants, sunglasses with black plastic rims, and a was using a brown cane.

Anyone with information regarding this robbery should contact the FBI at 405-290-7770 (24-hour number). You may remain anonymous.

The Oklahoma Banker’s Association offers a reward of up to $2,000 or information leading to the identification, arrest and/or conviction of anyone robbing a member bank.