Police are searching for a man suspected of robbing banks in Coppell and North Richland Hills.
On Wednesday, police said a white or Hispanic male entered the Neighborhood Credit Union on S. Denton Tap Road in Coppell, displayed a black handgun and demanded money. Coppell Police said he put the money in a manila envelope and left the area in a newer-model black Ford Mustang.
The man is described as thin and in his mid-30s or 40s. He was wearing a T-shirt with black and gray horizontal stripes, a black hat and sunglasses.
Police said the same man robbed a bank in North Richland Hills on June 3, wearing the same clothes and displaying the same gun.
Police are asking anyone with information related to the robberies or anyone who can identify the suspect to call Coppell Police Det. Robert Ragland at (972) 304-3608. Callers who want to remain anonymous and who want to be eligible for a $1,000 reward should call Coppell Crime Stoppers at (972) 436-8477, or text 274637 with “CCSTip” at the start of the message.