Plain Jane Bandit Strikes again in Downey California
Authorities in California are seeking information on the bank robbing suspect tagged the "Plain Jane" Bandit.
A reward of $10,000 is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the bank robber.
The Plain Jane Bandit has been on a bank robbing spree that began anew last Monday in the city of Moreno Valley, where she successfully robbed one bank and attempted to rob another. She would strike again the very next day with bank robberies in Buena Park and Wildomar.
Prior to last week, the Plain Jane Bandit is suspected in bank robberies in Whittier and Santa Fe Springs.
In the robbery in Wildomar, Plain Jane, wearing sunglasses, held up a bank located inside of a grocery store. During that robbery, she told the teller that she had an accomplice waiting just outside. No accomplice was seen however.
Using the same m.o., the Bandit struck again yesterday at a Bank of America branch on Paramount Blvd in Downey.
The bank female robber is described as a hispanic between five foot three and five foot five, and between 150 and 170 pounds in weight. She is also said to be about 35-40 years of age and driving a silver four-door.
The woman, who has been described as plain Jane, possibly has a scar below her right eye and a tatoo on her right shoulder area.
So far, the Plain Jane Bandit has struck a suspected 7 times, being successful five of those times.