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Updated on 3/1/2016 at 3:55pm to add additional images of suspect
Photo of Suspect
Photo of Suspect
Photo of Suspect
Bank Robbery Suspect
On 2/29/16 at 2:16pm a bank robbery occurred at Pulaski Bank located at 6510 Clayton Rd, Richmond Heights, MO 63117.
After entering the bank, the suspect handed a note to the teller demanding money and implying he had a gun. After receiving money from the teller, the suspect took his note back and left the store.
The suspect left the area on foot, heading east. He entered St. Mary’s Hospital (6420 Clayton Rd), through their west entrance. One minute later, he exited the hospital through their east entrance. Moments later, he left the area in a taxi cab.
The suspect is described as a white/male, approximately 40 years of age. 5’10”, med to heavy build, dark hair, clean shaven. Wearing blue jeans, black hat and a grey hoodie with what appears to be a “Rams” on the front (see above photo).
Anyone with information can call the Richmond Heights Police Department Crime hotline at 314-655-3555 or the department’s general number at 314-645-3000.
Each year at this time the Richmond Heights PD responds to calls for stolen cars that have been left running and unattended to warm up. Please do not leave your vehicle unattended while running or with the keys in it. As always, don’t leave valuable personal property inside your vehicle. Report suspicious behavior in your neighborhoods to police immediately.
During the evening of 10/6/2015, several more unlocked vehicles were ransacked in the area of Arch Terrace, Surrey Hills and the Sheridan Hills neighborhood (red shaded area). Please remove valuables and secure your vehicles. As always, report any suspicious activity immediately.
Overnight (Sept 29-30), numerous unlocked cars were unlawfully entered and rifled through. These cars were parked in the neighborhood bordered by Hwy I-64, Wise Ave, Big Bend and Boland (green shaded area). Please report any suspicious activity by calling 911.
Since 9/1/15, there have been several daytime burglaries discovered within the area shown in the map below. Please remain vigilant and report any suspicious activity immediately by calling 911 or 314-645-3000
Between 08/23/15 at about 10pm and 08/24/15 at 7am, five vehicles were entered unlawfully. This occurred in the Little Flower and Hampton Park neighborhoods (see map below). In each incident, either loose change or nothing was taken. Also, a vehicle was stolen from the Hampton Park neighborhood during this time. Residents are cautioned to be more vigilant with the security of their vehicles. This includes not leaving valuable personal property in them, not leaving keys to the vehicle accessible and locking vehicle doors. As always report suspicious activity to police immediately.
Due to upcoming sound wall repairs, the following road closures are expected:
- On Wednesday, June 17 – Crews will close one westbound lane at McCausland from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
- On Thursday, June 18th, MODoT crews will close the ramp from Big Bend and the ramp from Bellevue onto the interstate between from 9 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. They will also close one westbound lane on the interstate.
- Friday, June 19, crews will close one lane on eastbound I-64 from Brentwood to Boland and the auxiliary lane between Hanley and Big Bend. The ramp from Hanley to eastbound I-64 will remain open.
On 11/19/14 at approximately 10am, the US Bank, located inside Schnucks (6600 Clayton Rd) was robbed.
The image below is of the suspect. If you have any information that would assist detectives with this investigation, please contact the police department at 314-645-3000.