Faifield police investigate bank robberies

June 20, 2008 12:02:32 PM PDT
Fairfield police believe the same suspect is involved in the robbery of the First Pacific Credit Union on April 30 and the attempted robbery of the credit union May 22.

Lt. Robert D. Bunting said the lone heavy-set male wearing a ski mask who robbed the credit union in the 2700 block of N. Texas St. in April was one of two suspects who tried to open the locked doors to the credit union then fled on foot nearly a month later.

Officer Christina Golez drew sketches of the suspects based on descriptions from witnesses to both incidents. A white, possibly mixed-race male in his mid-30s with large round cheeks is believed to have been involved in both incidents, Bunting said. He is 5 feet 9 inches, 250 pounds and has brown eyes and dark hair.

The other suspect in the attempted robbery is a black male in his 20s, 5 feet 8 inches to 6 feet, 160-170 pounds with a light complexion, brown eyes and dark hair, Bunting said.

Police have released composite drawings of both suspects and are asking anyone with information about the suspects to call (707) 644-STOP.


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