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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, May 20, 2015 5A ROBBERY, from page 1A entered the Tri Counties Bank in nearby Nevada City. He approached a teller at the employee's window, presented a black backpack and demanded cash. After receiving an undisclosed amount from the first teller, he approached two other tellers and received cash from them before leaving the bank. Three months later, on Sept. 25 at 10:35 a.m., the suspect robbed the Umpqua Bank in Los Molinos. During that robbery the suspect approached a teller's desk and aimed a handgun at the teller. The suspect then walked behind the desk and made demands while holding the gun within a pocket of the backpack. After receiving an undisclosed amount of money, the suspect left the bank on foot. The Bandit's last known robbery before Chester took place at the Tri Counties Bank in Durham. He demanded cash after approaching a teller and displaying a black handgun. He put the money in a blue backpack, walked out of the bank and headed for a nearby orchard. Shortly after the Chester The Bad Breath Bandit Durham, California; Los Molinos, California; Nevada City, California; Grins Valley, California November 13, 2014; September 25, 2014; June 17, 2014 UNKNOWN SERIAL BANK ROBBER " .... ................ , ,..4 , Nevada CY Side - Durham Front View Vkv Suspect DESCRIPTION Height: 6'0" Wetght: 210 to 250 pounds Sex: Male Build: Medium Complexion: Medium Race: White Remarks: At the time of the November 13, 2014, robbery, the suspect wore a black, zip-front jacket with • hood that had a Nike logo on the left breast; blue jeans; black shoes; and s black San Francisco Giants baseball haL He also attempted to conceal his identity by wcadng a dust mask or medtcal mask and dark wrap-around sunglasses. Dudng the September 25, 2014, robbery, the suspect wore a black, zip-front jacket with • hood that had • Nike logo on the left breast;, blue Jeans; black shoes; and a black Sen Frendsoo Giants baseball hat. He also attempted to conceal his identity by wearing a dust mask or medical mask and dark sunglasses. During the June 17, 2014, robbery and sighting, the suspect wore a blue, button-fl'ont shirt with the sleeves pushed up; blue jeans; black shoes; and a black San Francisco Giants baseball haL He also attempted to conceal his identity by weedng a dust mask or medical mask with yellow straps and dark sunglasses. Weapon Used: Black handgun The man suspected of robbing the Chester branch of U.S. Bank matches the description of a serial robber, dubbed the "Bad Breath Bandit" seen in this FBI poster. robbery, schools in Plumas County were put on lock down. Schools were open Tuesday. Hagwood said it was the first armed bank robbery in Plumas County "in a very long time." He said the robbery was another example that the county isn't as insulated from crime as it used to be. "We need to have a mounting sense of awareness," Hagwood said. The sheriff encouraged The Plumas County Sheriff and other local law enforcement authorities converge on the U.S. Bank in Chester after Monday's armed robbery, Photo by Kate West anyone with information regarding the robbery to contact the Plumas County Sheriffs Office at 283-6300. Reporters Greg Knight, Debra Moore and James Wilson contributed to this report. AROUND Q, from page 1A Friday: Genna and Jesse concert, 7:30 p.m., West End Theatre. Tickets $10, on sale at Epilog Books, Carey Candy Co., For information: Friday and Saturday: Cottage by the Park sale, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m., 649 W. Main St. (Bucks Lake Road). Unique handcrafted items available include cottage/shabby chic furniture, quilts, dollhouses, gourd art, hats, scarves, more. Monday: Memorial Day celebration, 10 a.m., Dame Shirley Plaza. Marks 70th anniversary of VE, VJ days, honors World War II veterans. For information: Robert Zernich, 283-1010. Wednesday, May 27: Quarterly 20,000 Lives meeting, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., Mineral Building at Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds. Coalition of community members, organizations, businesses, government agencies aim to improve quality of life in Plumas County. All welcome, space limited, lunch provided. To RSVP (required): 283-6337. Richard K. Stockton, CLU ChFC, Agent Insurance Lic. #0B68653 Providing Insurance & Financial Services 65 W. Main St., Quincy, CA 95971 (530) 283-0565 * Fax (530) 283-5143 WE LIVE WHERE YOU LIVE Look no further. Having one special person for your car, home and life insurance lets you get down to business with the rest of your life. It's what I do. GET TO A BETTER STATE. 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