Valentine’s Day Bandit: Call him a ‘Criminal Cupid’… maybe needing loot to woo his lover?

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The FBI Safe Streets Task Force says the accused bank robber was out of jail awaiting trial for a Dec. 31st bank robbery when he pulled the Valentine’s Day heist.

He has been arrested for the bank robbery.

FUGITIVE WANTED IN SEATTLE Feb. 14, 2013 – You could call him a criminal cupid — an armed bandit who hit a bank on Valentine’s Day  — could it have been because he needed some loot to woo his lover?

It’s interesting that he  didn’t disguise himself much outside of a pair of sunglasses and a ski hat when he robbed a Key Bank in downtown Seattle Feb. 14. He carried a package under his arm and was possibly wearing a “Captain America” superhero T-shirt.

This guy’s definitely a villain though, and like all bank robbers we feature, you’re guaranteed a $1,000 cash reward if your tip leads to the cops bagging this bandit.

If you recognize this guy, call Crime Stoppers at 800-222-TIPS.

You can text a tip here.

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