Xerox Federal Credit Union Murder
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Robbery and Murder Suspect
An unknown male suspect is being sought in connection with the robbery of the Xerox Federal Credit Union in Webster, New York, on August 12, 2003. During this robbery, two people were shot, one of whom died. At approximately 10:00 am, the suspect entered the credit union and told one of the employees that he was with the
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
and was staging a robbery.
After asking the employee about the bank's security and alarms, he pulled out two weapons and told the employee to get him money. While inside the bank, the suspect ordered employees to produce money and customers to obey him. One customer was shot and killed inside the credit union, while a second customer was shot and survived. After being given money, the suspect left.
View photos of the suspect during the robbery
The FBI is offering a reward of up to $50,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of this individual. Xerox Federal Credit Union is offering an additional $5,000 and the Xerox Corporation is offering $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of this individual.
If you have any information concerning this person, please contact the Webster Police Department by calling (585) 428-6666, your local FBI office, or the nearest American Embassy or consulate.
Basic Suspect Information
Hair: Black, "afro-style" wig
Other: Slight stubble on face, medium to large build
A dark blue, bullet-proof vest over a navy t-shirt
A navy windbreaker, with FBI in yellow letters on the back and both sleeves
Black knit cap
Black, shiny shoes
Sunglasses with thick, dark frames
Uniform-style pants with stripe down side
U.S. Marshal's badge, with black, square leather backing, on a chain around his neck