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Shenandoah PD Press Release – Citi Bank Robbery (Updated)

Recognize this individual? If so, contact the Shenandoah Police Department

Shenandoah Police are asking for anyone recognizing the suspect or having any information regarding the robbery to contact the department at 281-367-8952 or they may call Crime Stoppers.

At 2:36 pm this Afternoon, 4/25/11, a white male, 30-40 years old, medium build, 5’8” – 5’10”, short brown hair, wearing a long sleeve button down dress shirt and blue jeans entered the Citi Bank located at 18410 IH-45 South in Shenandoah. The male approached the teller and presented a demand letter for money. The male suspect indicated that he was armed and was given an undisclosed amount of cash from the Teller station.

There were no injuries.

The suspect fled the bank and, at this time, there is no vehicle information or direction of travel available. This male suspect was possibly involved in another bank robbery at the Compass Bank in Porter, Texas earlier today.

The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating that case and Shenandoah Investigators will be communicating with them in an effort to solve these cases.

Additional details and possible photos will be made available as soon as possible.

Lieutenant A. Bryan Carlisle, LCC
237th FBI-NA
Shenandoah Police Department
29955 Interstate 45 North, Shenandoah, Texas 77381
Office: (832) 585-8126 Fax: (281) 298-8052

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2 Responses to “Shenandoah PD Press Release – Citi Bank Robbery (Updated)”

  1. meow says:

    Dare I ask you post the audio? I signed on after this but was listening to fire and missed it… is there a way to listen to both at the same time on 1 laptop?

  2. Foz says:

    Heya Meow

    I am going to stick to my guns and not post audio traffic until we get some listener participation via the Heard on the Radio forum.

    However, if you wish to listen to two feeds at once on the same computer, you need to use two different software programs.

    For example, you can use windows media player to listen to the fire feed and you can simultaneously use Winamp to listen to another feed of your choice.

    The link to download the free version of Winamp can be found on the Scanner Feeds page.

    Any two programs should work, but I have personally tested the Windows Media Player and Winamp combo.

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