The Federal Bureau of Investigation has released an all points bulletin, a BOLO (be on the lookout) alert, for a Black male and Black female who are suspects in the robbery of four Atlanta area banks.
The female robber told a teller, the basis for the robberies is “for the movement” and “for the streets.”
According to the FBI, the robberies happened late this week at Georgia’s Own Credit Union in Grayson and Bank of the Ozarks in Douglasville.
Their attire for this justice for the “movement” and the “streets” is all black. The young man was wearing a sweatshirt with “AMSC Trailblazer” printed on the front. The female suspect was wearing all black, black sunglasses, black boots and a black wool cap.
The first two reported robberies were Monday, Oct. 30 and took place within an hour of each other. At the Wells Fargo bank on Memorial Drive in Stone Mountain, Georgia, the suspect showed a note to a teller demanding money. The teller ignored the request and the dejected would-be robber left the establishment.
Not giving up, she traveled to Associated Credit Union in Ellenwood and again demanded money via a note. She upped the ante and told the teller she had an explosive device and she was robbing the bank “for the movement” and “for the streets.” She took the money and ran.
Bonnie was joined by Clyde on Friday, Nov. 3, when they entered Douglasville’s Bank of the Ozarks. The bank bandits told the teller they had an explosive device and would detonate it if they did not give them the money. After receiving an undisclosed amount of money, they left.