Man uses note to rob Wells Fargo bank

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wells-fargo-bank-ranch-centSAN DIEGO – A demand note was used in a robbery at a Wells Fargo branch in Scripps Ranch Wednesday, police said.

A man walked out of the Wells Fargo Bank branch at 9996 Scripps Ranch Boulevard shortly after noon after handing a note to a teller, San Diego police investigators said.

The robber then ran out, Lasher said.

Police described the suspect as a white or Middle Eastern man in his mid-30s who was about 5-feet 7-inches tall and weighed around 180 pounds. He was wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt.

It was unknown how much money was stolen.

3 comments

  • Tim

    The picture is fuzzy but the man's description looks like a Gary Kowano, Carlsbad resident and former Wells Fargo employee, who also sold me a horrible loan when he ran his own business, North County Home Loan. If it is him and this helps, I would love Wells Fargo to help us refinance our bad loan into a good one.

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