FBI Searches for Toothless Bank Robber

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    News4's Shomari Stone has the latest details in the FBI's search for a toothless suspect police say is responsible for two bank robberies Friday. (Published Friday, Aug 2, 2013)

    The F.B.I. and D.C. Police are determined to catch a man missing three teeth and donning a striped suit, wanted in two D.C. robberies Friday.

    In the first robbery, the man entered United Bank in the 1600 block of K Street NW just before 10 a.m. and demanded large bills. He made a gesture suggesting he had a gun, then ran away with the cash.

    A few hours later, F.B.I. agents say the same man robbed a TD Bank around the corner at 1030 15th Street NW in the similar manner.

    The suspect is described as a black man in his late 50s, standing between 6'0" and 6'2" with a dark complexion and a wide nose. He is missing three front teeth, and at the time, was wearing a dark suit with pinstripes and a white shirt.

    The photo at the top of this story is from the TD Bank robbery and the following three are from United Bank.