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FBI investigates bank robbery, attempted bank robbery in suburban Chicago

FBI called for 2 incidents at suburban Chicago banks
FBI called for 2 incidents at suburban Chicago banks 00:22

CHICAGO (CBS) -- The FBI on Thursday was investigating a successful bank robbery and an attempted bank robbery in the city's west and northwest suburbs.

The FBI Chicago Field Office said at 12:30 p.m., they were called for a robbery at the US Bank branch at 1301 Irving Park Rd. in Hanover Park. An attempted bank robbery followed at 12:55 p.m. at the US Bank branch at 60 Meacham Rd. in Schaumburg, the FBI said.

The same man is suspected in both robberies. Police said he made a verbal demand for funds while showing a handgun.

The man is described as Black, about 6 feet tall, and between 20 and 29 years old. He was last seen wearing a black hooded pullover sweatshirt with a single front pocket, a blue du-rag on his head under the hood, blue gloves, a black facial covering over his face, and black sweat pants.


The robber drove off in a gray Nissan Altima with a decal of a skeleton on the driver's side, the FBI said. The car also has no license plate, wear marks on the roof above the windshield, and a broken driver's side mirror with wires hanging out, the FBI said.


The public can report tips on this crime or others to 312-421-6700 and

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