The FBI continues to investigate a pair of recent bank robberies in Fair Lawn, but have yet to name a suspect in either case.
On July 2, just before 1 p.m., a white male with a stubble beard wearing eyeglasses, a navy blue cap, a navy blue shirt and khaki pants, , and fled the scene on foot. He did not show a weapon.
In late August, an FBI spokesman told Patch that in the case, however, recent correspondence has confirmed that the robber has yet to be identified.
A second , is also under FBI investigation.
In that incident, a man entered the bank around 10 a.m. and made off with $3,400 in cash, fleeing north up Saddle River Road on foot, according to witnesses.
The man is described as a 5’8” to 5'11” white male between the ages of 30 and 40 with a slender build, short dark hair and a scruffy mustache and goatee.
He was wearing a black baseball cap with light stitching depicting a bird surrounded by flames, and was dressed in a striped gray long sleeve polo shirt or raincoat, blue jeans and white sneakers, with a black watch on his left wrist, according to .
A notice on the community policing website Citizen Observer, reports that the man who committed the Oct. 1 Fair Lawn bank robbery is also wanted for bank robberies in Garfield, Tenafly and Englewood. Clear surveillance photographs of the man are available on the Citizen Observer website.
If you have any information pertaining to either robbery, contact the FBI at (973) 684-6614.
For updates on the FBI's progress, check Bandit Tracker Northeast.