The FBI wants the public's help finding an elderly man who robbed a Pennsylvania bank, but you won't recognize him by his face.
Instead, the telltale signs are in the suspect's legs.
The gun-toting thief who held up a TD Bank in Hatboro on July 25 "has knobby knees, is slightly bow-legged and walks with a mild limp," according to an FBI statement released today.
Though the wanted man's face was obscured by a bandana and baseball cap, his pale legs are visible from the thighs down thanks to his cutoff jean shorts.
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Do you recognize this thief's legs?
The FBI alleges the man, who they believe is in his 60s with salt-and-pepper-colored hair, brandished a semi-automatic handgun and ordered bank employees to the ground. He stole an undisclosed amount of cash and fled in a dark blue two-door car, possibly a 1990s-model Buick or Chevy with partial license plate “JKM," according to the FBI's statement.
Anyone with information is asked to call the FBI at 215-641-8910 or the Hatboro Police Department at 215-675-2832