A man is suspected of committing seven Salt Lake City-area bank robberies over the holidays, and the FBI is asking the public to help catch him.
The FBI’s Salt Lake City division put out a wanted poster Friday, detailing information about a man the feds are calling “The Holiday Bandit,” who they say robbed six banks and a credit union around Salt Lake City between Nov. 20 and Dec. 28.
The robber is described as being white or Hispanic, between 5’4’’ and 5’8’’ in height. In the robberies, he has worn a baseball cap or beanie, a tan or black jacket, and sometimes a hooded jacket. In one robbery, he wore a wig and fake mustache.
According to the FBI, the man robbed the following banks:
- Nov. 20, Zions Bank, 100 S. Main St., Salt Lake City
- Nov. 23, Wells Fargo Bank, 783 N. Redwood Road, Salt Lake City
- Dec. 6, Healthcare Credit Union, 769 E. South Temple, Salt Lake City
- Dec. 12, Zions Bank, 159 Center St., Midvale
- Dec. 24, U.S. Bank, 5352 S. 4015 West, Kearns
- Dec. 27. Key Bank, 1098 S. 300 West, Salt Lake City
- Dec. 28, Key Bank, 1065 N. Highway 89, North Salt Lake
Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the FBI’s Salt Lake City Field Office, at 801-579-1400, or submit a tip at tips.fbi.gov.