Police: Two banks robbed within one hour; Police release surveillance photos

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OKLAHOMA CITY - According to Captain Nelson with Oklahoma City Police Department, police are searching for two suspects involved in two different bank robberies.

A suspect allegedly robbed the MidFirst Bank located at 7404 S. South Penn. at approximately 11:20 Saturday morning.

According to investigators, the suspect entered the bank and jumped over the teller counter. Once behind the counter, the suspect emptied several teller bank drawers.

The suspect is described as a white male in his 40s, standing 5'8" to 6'0", with brown and gray hair with a pinned up ponytail.

The suspect was wearing a predominantly black OSU jacket with a "OSU" and Nike swoop in orange, along with black baggy pants.

According to Captain Nelson, Arvest Bank located in Moore was also robbed Saturday morning at approximately 10:41 a.m.

The suspect allegedly robbed the Arvest Bank located at 2102 S. Santa Fe in Moore, Oklahoma.

According to investigators a white male in his 30s or early 40s, approximately 5'8" to 6'0" feet tall, walked into the Arvest Bank on S. Santa Fe in Moore.

After entering the bank, the suspect approached the teller working the drive-thru and demanded money.

The suspect allegedly showed the teller a handgun that was tucked around his waist band.

After being handed an undisclosed amount of money, the suspect left the bank.

"The suspect in this case appears to be the same suspect from an earlier bank robbery in Oklahoma City on this date, as well as, a bank robbery in Edmond on 06-05-2014," said the FBI.

Anyone with information regarding today's MidFirst Bank robbery in Oklahoma City or the Arvest Bank robbery in Moore, should contact the FBI at (405) 290-7770.

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