SEBASTIAN, Fla. - A $25,000 reward is being offered for the arrest and conviction of three men suspected of robbing a PNC bank in the 990 block of Sebastian Boulevard on Saturday, according to Officer Steve Marcinik, spokesman for Sebastian Police Department.
The three suspects, described by police as black men in their early 20s, were armed with handguns. They wore gloves and covered their faces. Two of the suspects also carried a backpack-style bag, Marcinik said.
One of the suspects, believed to have driven the getaway vehicle, wore jeans with a design on the back pockets, dark blue hooded sweatshirt, blue bandana, black gloves with red tips, a baseball cap and white sunglasses.
The second suspect was wearing light-blue jean shorts, a red T-shirt with unknown lettering on the front, black/yellow Nike shoes, dark gray or black gloves and a "Jason" hockey mask.
The third suspect was wearing long, black shorts with gray stripes, tan gloves and a black ski mask.
The robbery happened around 9:12 a.m. at the PNC Bank at 993 Sebastian Boulevard, Marcinik said.
The men fled in an older model red or maroon-colored vehicle. A similar vehicle was found minutes after the robbery, abandoned, but still running, Marcinik said. He said that vehicle had been reported stolen in Palm Bay and that detectives believe it is the vehicle used by the suspects in the robbery.
Anyone with information regarding the identity of any of the three suspects is asked to contact Detective John Grimmich at (772) 589-5233 x 8579 and refer to Case # 13-700-OF.