FBI offering reward in case of Glen Burnie area serial bank robber

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Shown is an image of a man who robbed a 1st Mariner Bank in Pasadena on March 21.

The Baltimore division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation announced Friday a reward of up to $3,000 is being offered for information leading to the arrest of a serial bank robber wanted for robberies in the Glen Burnie area.

Investigators believe a man who robbed a 1st Mariner Bank on in the 300 block of Crain Highway South on March 2 and again on March 14 may also be responsible for the robbery of a Bank of America in Pasadena on March 21.


The man is described as white with a red beard by witnesses, the FBI said in a news release.

He wears a hooded sweatshirt in each of the robberies, with dark sunglasses to conceal his face, the FBI said.


Investigators said he may drive a silver SUV, possibly a Nissan Pathfinder.

In the robberies, he approaches the counter, hands the bank employee a note and demands money, the FBI said.

No one has been hurt in the robberies.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Baltimore office of the FBI at 410-265-8080.