(DALLAS) -- The Dallas branch of the FBI and local law enforcement are hopeful that the public can help them identify suspects accused of eight bank robberies in the last year.
The Dallas Police Department says that each of the eight incidents took place after July 26, 2013.
In each case, two to three men enter a bank demanding cash with "most" of the men armed with weapons. The suspects leave the bank with the cash and flee in a waiting vehicle driven by an additional suspect, which is later abandoned near the bank. The vehicles have typically been found to have been reported stolen from the area.
In each case, the robbers wear long pants, long-sleeved shirts and gloves in addition to either a hooded sweatshirt or a baseball cap and a full mask or bandana over their faces. Police believe the suspects are black men in their late 20s or early 30s, and each is between 5-feet-7 inches tall and six-feet tall.
Anyone with information is asked to call (972) 559-5000.
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