Post by HeadMarshal on Dec 30, 2012 20:58:40 GMT -5
In 2003 and 2007, AMW aired the still unsolved murder at the Xerox Federal Credit Union in Webster, New York. On Aug 12, 2003, an unidentified black male wearing an afro-style wig, an FBI windbreaker with a US Marshals badge, and a bulletproof vest walked into the bank after asking about the security systems. He then robbed the bank and shot two customers, killing one of them.
This investigation unfortunately appears to have stalled. I can't think of anyway to really move the investigation forward unless he confided in somebody. Anyone have any other thoughts on this case?
Admin Note: If you have any information concerning this person, please contact the Webster Police Department by calling (585) 428-6666, your local FBI office, or the nearest American Embassy or consulate.
Post by Scumhunter on Dec 31, 2012 18:50:51 GMT -5
I vaguely remember this story but I agree it really doesn't look too promising. Despite the stereotype, it seems very unusual for anyone, workers or customers, to actually get killed in a bank robbery. While I don't want to call anything with a gun non-violent, most bank robberies don't lead to murder.
I remember this case, the suscpect may have had an access to law enforcement equipment through black market or stolen law enforcement properties, normally a person can't get a marshal badge like that nor a FBI windbreaker because those require a permit and written proof that you are a real member of a law enforcement agency.Perhaps with better resolution pics, also with a check if any marshal badges and FBI windbreaker were stolen and with the identikit software www.identikit.net/law_enforcement.php it will perhaps help to recognize the felon.
Last Edit: Mar 2, 2014 10:16:04 GMT -5 by profiler24
The FBI is trying to step up efforts once again to solve this case, putting up electronic billboards and enhanced images of the suspect (which can be found on the link I'll provide). They also believe the suspect is likely living in Western New York, possibly Buffalo or the Niagara Falls area: