Sticky Note Bandit

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Sticky Note Bandit, The FBI is on the hunt for a cross-dressing bank robber they’ve dubbed the “Sticky Note Bandit.”

The suspect has robbed at least three banks in Houston, Texas since July 5, each time sliding tellers threatening notes written on sticky notes.

During the robberies, the alleged thief has disguised himself as a woman — wearing a black wig, a green woman’s sweater, ballet flats and carrying a purse — and patiently waited in line before demanding the cash.

The FBI Violent Crime Task Force is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the identification and arrest of the suspect.

Described as a black male about 5’8″, the suspect also paired his disguise with a thick pair of glasses and a blue surgical mask.

Age

Sticky Note Bandit’s age is unknown.

FBI hunting Cross-Dressing in Texas Bank Robberies

During the first robbery at the Hancock Whitney Bank, the suspect fled on foot with an undisclosed sum of cash.

In the second on July 11 at Wells Fargo, the teller locked themselves in a bank vault after the suspect slipped them a sticky note.

The bandit then lingered in the lobby for a few minutes, according to the FBI, before finally leaving on foot without any cash.

The Hancock Whitney Bank in Houston was the first hit by the “Sticky Note Bandit.” The other two were also in Houston

In the third robbery on July 13, at a second Wells Fargo, the suspect escaped on foot after stealing an undisclosed sum of cash.

Nobody was hurt in any of the robberies, according to the FBI. The contents of the sticky notes have also not been released.

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According to the FBI, in at least two of the robberies “he wore a black wig, black sunglasses, a blue medical mask, a green women’s style sweater, black women’s ballet flats, and carried a black purse.”

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What the intimidating sticky notes actually said hasn’t yet been disclosed to the public. But fortunately, nobody suffered any paper cuts or other injuries during the robberies.