Two armed ATM robberies took place at the same bank in Kissimmee, only days apart from each other. No arrests have been made and Osceola Sheriff’s Office deputies are looking for the suspects.
On January 29 just before 8:30pm, deputies from the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office responded to an armed robbery call at the parking lot of Bank of America at 35 S. Doverplum Avenue in Kissimmee.
According to deputies, the victim was approached in the parking lot by two armed men wearing masks. The men forced the victim to withdraw money from the ATM, then forced the victim into their vehicle and drove the victim out of the area, where they later fled on foot.
On February 3rd, again just before 8:30pm, deputies responded to an armed robbery at the same Bank of America in Kissimmee.
The victim of this robbery told deputies they had driven to the ATM machine at the Bank of America, and was then approached by two armed men, dressed in dark clothing, and wearing masks.
The men demanded that the victim withdraw money from the ATM machine, and then similarly to the first robbery the men forced the victim into their vehicle and drove out of the area, where they later fled on foot.
The first suspect was described as a light skinned black male, about 5’07”-5’10”, thin with light facial hair, wearing a black hoodie and long pants.
The second suspect was described as a Male, of unknown race or age, tall, medium build, wearing a blue hoodie and long unknown color pants.
Anyone with information related to this case or any other similar incidents, please contact the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office at (407) 348-2222.