FBI Seeking Serial Bank Robber in Broward

FBI says Jeffery Kelly Ross, 26, has robbed at least seven banks in the past year

By Brian Hamacher
|  Tuesday, Apr 23, 2013  |  Updated 2:29 PM EDT
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The FBI is asking for the public's help in finding a man they say has robbed at least seven South Florida banks in the past year. Jeffery Kelly Ross, 26, is wanted by the FBI for his alleged involvement in the Broward County robberies that date back to last May.

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The FBI said it s seeking suspects in two separate bank robberies that occurred in South Florida Friday.

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The robbery happened outside the Space Coast Credit Union just before 10 a.m., Sunrise Police spokesman Michelle Eddy said. FBI spokesman Michael Leverock also spoke about the case.
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The FBI is asking for the public's help in finding a man they say has robbed at least seven South Florida banks in the past year.

Jeffery Kelly Ross, 26, is wanted by the FBI for his alleged involvement in the Broward County robberies that date back to last May. 

The first robbery happened on May 9 at a Bank United in Lauderdale Lakes, followed by a robbery in September at a Chase Bank in Tamarac, the FBI said.

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Ross robbed the same Bank of America in Tamarac within two weeks in October and November before robbing a Bank of America in Fort Lauderdale in December, the FBI said.

In January, Ross robbed a BB&T in Tamarac before he once again robbed the Fort Lauderdale Bank of America in late February.

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In all of the robberies Ross demanded money from an employee, and no one was injured, the FBI said.

The FBI said Ross should be considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information in the robberies is asked to call the FBI at 305-944-9101.

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