Milwaukee police need your help to solve two bank robberies

MILWAUKEE (WITI) -- The Milwaukee Police Department needs your help solving two bank robberies from December 2013.

The first incident is from the PNC Bank near 52nd and Capitol on December 17. At approximately 12:30 pm, the suspect entered the bank, presented a demand note for money to the teller and revealed a handgun. The teller gave the suspect money and the suspect fled on foot across Capitol Drive towards N. 53rd Street.

The suspect is described as a male, black, between 19-25-years-old, 5’6”-5’7” tall, 125-145 pounds, with a slim build, dark complexion, and slight mustache. He was wearing a black and gray horizontal striped knit hat with a symbol on the forehead. He also had on a black and gray zip-up jacket with a red and black “bat” symbol on the left arm and a yellow/red/blue multi-colored pattern on the back. Underneath the jacket he had on a dark shirt and he was wearing blue jeans and dark tennis shoes.

The second incident is from the Pyramax Bank (video below) at 16th and Mitchell Street on December 27. At approximately 9:55 am, the suspect entered the bank, passed a note to the teller demanding money and fled from the scene on foot with the cash.

The suspect is described as a male, black, between 23-25-years-old, around 6’2” tall and 190 pounds. He had a medium complexion and was wearing a ski mask, a brown coat with fur-trimmed hood, a yellow fluorescent vest and dark pants.

Anyone with information on either of these incidents is encouraged to call Milwaukee Police at 414-935-7360.