A “Triple Threat” bank robber has been making his way west along North Orange County today, hitting three banks in three cities, according to the FBI.
The robber allegedly struck the Orange County Credit Union in Fullerton at 9:39 a.m. this morning followed by the Union Yes Federal Credit Union in Orange less than an hour later at 10:15 a.m. Forty-five minutes after that, police say he turned up again at the Beach Boulevard U.S. Bank in Buena Park at 11 a.m.
The "Triple Threat" Bandit has been described by witnesses as a black male, 200+ lbs., in his thirties with a muscular build, bright white teeth and freckles on his cheeks. During today's robberies, the bandit wore a white polo shirt with blue jeans and may have been carrying a black backpack. In each robbery, the bandit approached a victim teller and passed a note demanding large bills, "100s & 50s." No weapon was seen during the robberies