Police seek robbery suspectk
The suspect of an Anchorage robbery at the Alaska USA Federal Credit Union in the Carrs store on West Northern Lights Boulevard on April 14, as shown from credit union security cameras during the robbery.
ANCHORAGE POLICE DEPARTMENT
The Anchorage Police Department requests the public’s help in identifying a man who robbed the Alaska USA Federal Credit Union branch in the Carrs store on West Northern Lights Boulevard Monday morning.
According to police, the man arrived at the teller station, removed his gloves and verbally demanded money white gesturing and pointing with his hands.
The robber obtained “an undisclosed amount of money, placed it in a white plastic grocery bag which he had previously stuffed in his coat sleeve, and fled,” according to an online police dispatch.
He fled on foot through the tobacco shop exit.
The robber is described as a white male in his mid 40s, approximately five feet eight inches tall, with medium build, brown and grey hair and light stubble and/or no facial hair.
He was wearing dark-toned shoes, khaki pants, black gloves, a large black puffy winter coat with a hood (the hood was down), sunglasses with iridescent tinted lenses and thick black and red plastic frames, and a black ball cap with a white logo and lettering on the front.
Anyone with information is requested to contact the FBI at 276-4441 or APD at 786-8500.