Police have person of interest in Kennewick robberies
KENNEWICK, Wash.-- Police continue to search for answers, after two banks in kKennewick are robbed within days of each other.
Kennewick Police have been passing out flyers all over town, asking if anyone has seen a man who might be involved in two bank robberies.
Police are looking for 47-year-old Troy Lee Fuller. Police say he matches the description of the man caught on survellance video robbing the Bank of the West on Canal Dr. on Tuesday and the US Bank on 1st Ave. yesterday.
In both robberies, no gun was shown, but the robber handed over a note demanding money.
Both times an undisclosed amount of cash was stolen. Tonight, police are asking for your help-- they say look out for his tattoos.
"On his left arm, he has a skull and a knife and that's the main thing you want to be looking for," said Ofc. Ken Melone. "He also is an older gentleman. He has grey hair, short grey hair."
Police are saying Fuller is considered dangerous.
If you see Fuller, call Crime Stoppers at 586-TIPS or 1-800-222-TIPS.