A man who federal authorities say is a suspect in at least 10 bank robberies over the last three months has been arrested in a small town in Oklahoma, less than 10 miles from the Arkansas border.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation dubbed Michael Eugene Brewster the "Bucket List Bandit" because he allegedly told bank tellers that he had just months to live. He's thought to have robbed banks in Missouri, Illinois, Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Utah, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania, where his last robbery allegedly occurred on Sept. 10.
The FBI is looking for a man who robbed the Forest Park Community Credit Union near Saint Louis University today - a robber investigators believe may be responsible for two other robberies last month.
The Bureau says that just before 1 p.m., the robber entered the credit union at 3651 Forest Park Ave., and handed the teller a note demanding cash. The robber did not show or imply that he had a weapon, and left with an undisclosed amount of money.
St. Louis County police believe they have captured the serial bank robber, the "Logo Bandit."
Authorities said Wednesday that 35-year-old Bryon Gullion of Mexico, Mo. has been arrested for the Jan. 17 robbery of Jefferson Bank and Trust in Affton. Gullion is in jail on a $50,000 cash only bond. He does not have an attorney yet.
St. Louis County police spokesman Rick Eckhard said he expects Gullion to face charges for several additional bank robberies in the St. Louis area. He is suspected for robberies in Warson Woods, Kirkwood, Des Peres, Crestwood and two in Clayton.
A bank robber the Federal Bureau of Investigation has dubbed the "Logo bandit" for his habit of wearing athletic apparel while committing his crimes has struck again.
The FBI's St. Louis office says the man approached a teller at the Bank of America at 9661 Manchester Rd. around 10:30 a.m. today and presented a demand note to the teller. The robber did not display a gun or indicate that he possessed a weapon.