Philly cops seek robbery suspect


By Alex Lloyd Gross

On November 26, 2015 Philadelphia Police released a video of a suspect in a strong arm robbery  that happened at a Wells Fargo bank , at 1837 E. Allegheny Ave. It was just after 5:00 AM when the complainant was in the lobby and the suspect walked in and demanded his money. As the complainant stood and faced the robber, a struggle ensued and the thief grabbed the mans pants and ripped them, causing $300.00 to fall and the robber scooped it up and fled.

The robber was stupid as he should have known banks have a sophisticated surveillance system and a very good and clear image of the suspect was captured.  Now cops want to find him and bring him to justice. Someone knows who he is.  You can go here to submit a tip and you do not have to give your name.  The  suspect fled on foot towards Kensington Avenue.  The complainant suffered a minor injury during the robbery.

Cops in Philly would appreciate if you would   send this story to your friends, even if you do not know the man, there is a chance someone might. If you see him you are urged to contact 911 and do not approach him.