Bend, OR: Key Bank robbed, no getaway vehicle. Suspect walks away

 

Ever notice the media and police only report on robberies when they want your help catching the suspect, and rarely do they mention all the times the bank robber was never caught? This guy walked away from an armed bank robbery. – anonaminita.

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From KTVZ. Dec 12:

Bend Bank Robbery Suspect Hits Portland Bank

Police Believe Boise Man Heading to Eugene Area

PORTLAND, Ore. — A Boise man suspected of robbing a northeast Bend bank last Wednesday allegedly held up a Portland bank Monday morning and again got away, apparently headed to the Eugene area, police said.

Around 10:35 a.m., Portland police assigned to North Precinct responded to the report of a bank robbery at the Key Bank branch, located at 3839 NE Broadway. Officers arrived and learned that the suspect implied a weapon as he demanded money. The suspect fled out the door on foot and was last seen walking westbound on Broadway.

Robbery detectives responded and retrieved a surveillance photo of the suspect “and through investigative means positively identify the suspect as 42-year-old David Christopher Glass of Boise, Idaho,” a Portland police release said. Glass is described as 6-foot-7 and 250 pounds, with gray hair and blue eyes, wearing a red baseball cap with yellow writing, a green jacket, and blue jeans.

Glass is driving a white 2007 Buick Rainier SUV bearing Idaho plate 1A2X030. Glass was last seen in the area of I-84 and Northeast Cesar E. Chavez Boulevard (39th Avenue) and may be heading to the Eugene area, police said.

Glass has a warrant for his arrest for last Wednesday’s holdup of a Third Street branch of U.S. Bank in Bend. “I’m confident he’ll be caught,” Bend police Lt. Paul Kansky said Monday. ”

We know who he is. We know what he looks like. We know what he’s driving. So it’s just a matter of time, I believe — hopefully sooner than later, before he escalates and hurts anybody.”

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