FBI Seeks "Mummy Bandit;" Yeah, the Dude Actually Dressed Up Like a Mummy
The Mummy Bandit
After coming up with a bunch of the dumbest bandit names we'd ever heard, the FBI's bandit-naming department has finally hit the nail on the head with the name of the latest bank-robbing buffoon.
The federal fuzz is currently looking for "The Mummy Bandit" -- the man they believe is responsible for a bank robbery in the West Valley in late January.
The FBI says that the suspect hobbled into the Desert Schools Federal Credit Union
The "Mummy" demanded money from a bank teller, and once it was in his hands, he dropped the crutches and made his escape, the FBI claims.
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The cops aren't saying how much money the costumed crook actually took, but it must be a lot because the bank is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to his arrest.
The suspect is described as a 23-to-30-year-old black man standing 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighing 170-180 pounds. Witnesses told police that he had a yellow, jaundiced eyes.
Anyone with any information about the "Mummy Bandit" is asked to call the FBI or Silent Witness at 480-WITNESS.
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