The FBI is looking for three men who robbed a BMO Harris Bank on October 17 -- and struck three other banks prior to that.
The Run-N-Gun Bandits are allegedly responsible for a robbery at the BMO Harris Bank at 1510 W. Southern Avenue in Mesa on the morning of October 17.
According to the FBI, the suspects entered the bank wearing disguises; one of them armed with a handgun. The suspects jumped over the teller counter, took money from the drawers, and forced two employees into the vault.
They obtained a large quantity of cash from the vault and fled the bank. When they were running, they threw away cash that had been stained by a dye pack that activated.
They then drove a short distance away in a stolen vehicle and then abandoned the car. At that point, officers don't know if they continued to flee on foot or in another vehicle.
These men are responsible for the robberies at 6501 E. Greenway Road in Phoenix on September 11, 3423 East Bell Road on October 4, and 2355 South Alma School Road on October 15.
SUSPECT 1: Black male, late 20's, 5'10" tall, wearing black panty hose over his head, dark gray zip up jacket and clear gloves on his hands.
SUSPECT 2: Black male, 20-25 yrs, 5-8" - 5'10" tall, 180 lbs, wearing a white baseball hat, black beanie under the hat, long sleeve white T-shirt, blue jeans, and white tennis shoes.
SUSPECT 3: Black male, late 20's, 5'8" tall, 180 lbs, heavy set, wearing a tan ski hat, and a brown hooded sweatshirt.