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Posted at 10:22 AM ET, 12/29/2010

Man robbed Alexandria bank

By Allison Klein
Allison Klein

Alexandria Police are asking for the public's help in identifying the man they say robbed a PNC Bank Monday.

It happened about 2:10 p.m. in the 1700 block of Diagonal Road, when he walked in, implied he had a weapon and demanded money, police said.


The suspect. (Alexandria Police)

A teller gave him cash and he left, according to police, who released surveillance images from the robbery.

Police ask anyone with information about the robbery to call investigators at 703-838-4444 or the Crime Solvers tip line at 703.838.4858. Witnesses can remain anonymous.

By Allison Klein  | December 29, 2010; 10:22 AM ET
Categories:  Alexandria, Allison Klein, Crime, Seen  
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Comments

Say man aint that lil Ray Ray from the new projects?

Posted by: devilsadvoc8 | December 29, 2010 11:22 AM | Report abuse

Where's the photo of the banks stealing from the American public? I think "Ray Ray" just wanted his money back.

Posted by: Gooddad | December 29, 2010 11:51 AM | Report abuse

Well the banks and the goverment have been robbing us blind for years, he's just getting his money back.

Posted by: Frank60 | December 29, 2010 12:21 PM | Report abuse

Well the banks and the government have been robbing us blind for years, he's just getting his money back.
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How does a bank rob it's customer? Charging for overdraft checks? That's called business.

Posted by: luvdc808 | December 29, 2010 1:34 PM | Report abuse

I like how he has all of the required clothing to mask his identity, but chooses not to. Maybe he wants to get caught.

Posted by: pswift00 | December 29, 2010 3:26 PM | Report abuse

Northface has been keeping criminals warm while committing felonies for a while now. A photo ID and a thumb print should be mandatory at the time of purchase.

Posted by: blank08 | December 29, 2010 4:49 PM | Report abuse

What do you say we stop spending taxpayer funds to study peanuts and figure out how to prevent this person from occurring.

Posted by: b1978367 | December 29, 2010 6:29 PM | Report abuse

I love how the misinformed mention banks stealing money from US taxpayers via the "bailout".
Too stupid to understand that its non-voting preferred stock ownership paying the taxpayers a 5% dividend yield. Try finding practically anything that's paying a 5% yield currently.
There are some banks(overwhelmingly small community banks, those who somehow are spared the venom of the general public, or the one Maxine Waters changed to rules on TARP for)who haven't made their required dividend payments but its proportionally really small.
This guy robbed a PNC. Do any of you realize PNC used TARP funds to purchase National City? Had the FDIC had to takeover National City it would literally have eventually cost the taxpayers hundreds of millions.
But when you're ignorant to the realities of the world its easy to fall into that herd mentality.

Posted by: BigDaddy651 | December 30, 2010 10:11 AM | Report abuse

When I first saw the guy's photo I thought the story should be in the Sports section, as he looks just like Donovan McNabb showing up in town to rob Dan Snyder's bank lol.

Posted by: opticlguy | December 30, 2010 11:24 AM | Report abuse

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