El Paso Bank Robbery Video, Leaked Online On Social Media Watch Online EL PASO (KFOX14), Texas-El Paso Police Department is looking for a suspect in Monday’s robbery of a Wells Fargo bank in downtown El Paso. According to the police, the man entered the bank and demanded money. Police said that the accused robber fled on foot, and was last seen heading west on Texas Street towards Mesa.
Image of a man El Paso Police suspect robbed the Wells Fargo bank in downtown El Paso, April 18, (Credit to El Paso Police Department). According to police, the suspect is described as a tall, muscular male of approximately 6 feet. He was last seen wearing a black hoodie with a blue face covering, dark-colored jeans, and a dark-colored jacket. At 1:15 p.m., police responded to the call at 221 N. Kansas St.round. The investigation was also supported by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), SWAT, and the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office.
Police have placed a barricade around the bank and San Jacinto Plaza because witnesses claimed that the suspect was headed toward the plaza. According to the police, two buildings were cleared during the operation. The FBI also used two flashbangs in the investigation. According to our crew on the scene, police blocked East Mills Avenue and North Mesa Street from the investigation.
Since then, the roads have been reopened by police. 0 seconds of zero second volume 90% Jhovani Carrillo reports from El Paso on bank robbery investigations (KFOX14/CBS4)
Our crew reported that law enforcement officers were seen flying a drone on the scene. Investigators are looking into crimes against persons.