FBI seeks 2 men who robbed Uptown bank branch

The FBI said this man worked with the second suspect to rob a Huntington Bank branch in Uptown. | FBI

Chicago — The FBI’s Chicago field office has released surveillance images of two men who robbed an Uptown bank last week. The agency is offering a reward of up to $1,000 “for information leading directly to the arrest and conviction” of the men.

The FBI said this man worked with the first suspect to rob a Huntington Bank branch in Uptown. | FBI

Working together, the men robbed Huntington Bank inside Jewel-Osco, 4355 North Sheridan, around 10:10 a.m. on December 10, the FBI said. The pair demanded money by passing a note to the teller.

The FBI did not release any descriptions of the men other than of the clothing seen in the surveillance images. A Chicago police officer who responded to the scene said one robber was Hispanic and stood about 5’6″ tall, while the other was Black and about 5’8″ tall.

Anyone with information about the men can contact the FBI at 312-421-6700.

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