FBI seeking help in separate armored car robberies

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — FBI agents are seeking the public’s help apprehending the individuals believed to be responsible for targeting several armored cars in the city of Memphis.

The first incident happened June 27 at the Walmart located in the 6900 block of East Shelby Drive.

Around 1 p.m. an armed man approached the Loomis armored car driver and stole cash, checks and other valuables.

Gunshots were exchanged between the suspect and the guard.

It is believed this suspect is also responsible for the attempted robbery of a Loomis armored car on June 13.

Police said the suspect in this case is a black male, 6’0″, 140 to 160 pounds, and medium build.

He was carrying a black semi-automatic handgun and drove a black, 4-door Dodge Avenger.

The third incident happened on August 30 as an armored truck guard made a deposit at the SunTrust Bank on Winchester Road.

The suspect in that incident approached the guard, shot him in the face, then fled with the deposit bag.

That suspect was also armed with a semi-automatic handgun and drove away in a black Acura TL.

All of the suspects are armed and believed to be dangers.

A reward of $60,000 is being offered for information leading to an arrest.