LA CRESCENTA — Crescenta Valley Sheriff's detectives released surveillance photographs this week of the man who robbed a Bank of America on Foothill Boulevard after passing a teller a note and threatening to shoot her, officials said.
The photographs showed the robber holding a note and standing at the teller's booth about 12:56 p.m. Sept. 16 inside the Bank of America on the 3100 block of Foothill Boulevard.
Detectives are hoping the photographs will help jumpstart the case because they haven't received any tips, said Los Angeles County Sheriff's Sgt. Ray Harley.
"It is possible somebody or a customer could have seen something else out there," he said.
FBI investigators are also looking for the robber, who they say held up the same bank in November 2007, FBI spokeswoman Maureen O'Connell said.
The robber has been dubbed the "Green Tattoo bandit" because witnesses in both robberies reported seeing a green tattoo on the back of his neck, O'Connell said.