Port St. Lucie Police looking for suspected bandana-wearing bank robber

UPDATED. JAN. 2, 2020 | 3 P.M.| PORT ST. LUCIE–Port St. Lucie police announced the suspect was arrested in Glades County.
James Warren (40) of Osceola, is accused of attempted robbery Dec. 13, 2019 of Bank of America branch in St. Lucie West and is now held in jail on a $75,000 bond.

Police are looking for a bandana-wearing suspect who tried to rob a bank in Port St. Lucie.

The Port St. Lucie Police shared a photo of the man they’re looking for. He wore a red bandana and dark-rimmed glasses, camouflage long sleeve shirt, red and black pants.

The police said he walked into the Bank of America in St. Lucie West just after 9 a.m. He handed the teller a note which read, “This is a robbery, give me all of your money.” The teller called over a manager who asked the robber what’s on the note. The man grabbed the piece of paper and walked out of the bank.

Authorities said he walked westbound toward Chick-fil-A and disappeared.

The 5-foot-10 inch suspect is about 40-50 years old.

If you recognize the man, call Crime Stoppers at  800-273-TIPS. You will remain anonymous and could receive a cash reward if your tip leads to an arrest.

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