The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department has released the photo of a man suspected of robbing ATM users in three separate robberies in Santee. The surveillance photos caught the image of the suspect who is believed to have used a gun to hold up a man at a Mission Federal Credit Union ATM located on Town Center Parkway. The suspect approached the man at the ATM, showed the weapon and demanded money.
The second robbery took place at the same location on January 21, 2013. The would-be victim of the second robbery was a woman who reported that the suspect approached her and put his hand into his waistband to signal that he was armed. The woman fled to her vehicle and the suspect drove away in the car pictured.
The third ATM robbery was also January 21 at the Wells Fargo on Jamacha Road in El Cajon. The suspect had the gun in his hand as he approached a man at the ATM while demanding money. The suspect grabbed the money and got away in his car.
The surveillance photo clearly shows the suspect driving a white four-door car with a dent in the passenger side door.
If you see this suspect police want you to remember that he is armed and dangerous. Do not approach him. Call 911.
If you recognize this suspect you may be able to earn up to a $1,000 Crime Stoppers Reward. Tips can be called into Crime Stoppers at 888-580-8477.
Anyone with information may also called the non-emergency number for the Sheriff anonymously at 858-565-5200.