By: Chris Brunner
A man who robbed a Coral Springs bank today could be responsible for five other bank robberies recently in Broward County says authorities.
At 10:00 a.m. Tuesday morning a robber entered the SunTrust Bank Branch on 1890 N. University Drive in Coral Springs demanding money from a bank employee. Customers were inside, however there were no injuries. The man was caught on surveillance video, however, he was wearing a hoodie and his face was obscured with a mask. The FBI will not release the amount of money that was taken at this time.
They also believe that he was responsible for others in North Broward. One on March 27, at a Chase Bank Branch at 6001 North University Drive in Tamarac and another on March 16, at a TD Bank Branch in Tamarac along with two TD Bank branch robberies in January 7, and February 14, in Plantation.
If anyone has information, they are urged to call the FBI at 754-703-2000 or Crimestoppers.
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