Authorities seek attempted robbery suspect with distinctive mask | Crime
The Pima County Sheriff’s Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying an attempted robbery suspect, in an ongoing investigation.
An attempted robbery was called in to the PCSD on March 18, after a woman was approached by a masked man carrying a knife while at a Bank of America ATM near North Thornydale Road and West Linda Vista Blvd.
According to PCSD investigators the woman had deposited a check earlier and was trying to withdraw money from the drive-up ATM when she was approached by a man in a Halloween mask. The man spoke to the woman, but she was unable to understand what was said, as she only speaks Spanish, PCSD said.
The woman described the suspect as holding a knife, that could have been a large folding knife, said PCSD officials. The victim drove off, according to PCSD investigators, and saw in her rearview mirror the suspect attempted to work the ATM. Investigators determined that no money had been withdrawn from the account.
The suspect is described as male, with a light complexion and dark hair, wearing dark clothing and a green demon mask, according to surveillance footage.
If anyone has any information on the whereabouts of the suspect they are asked to call 911 or 88-CRIME.