FBI Identifies Man Wanted In Northeast Side Bank Robbery

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The FBI on Wednesday said it has identified an alleged bank robber wanted in connection with robberies in Springfield and on the city's northeast side.

On Tuesday, the FBI said a man robbed the Key Bank, located at 1990 E. Dublin-Granville Road, fleeing with money in a white plastic bag, 10TV News reported.

Although no weapon was observed, the man told the teller he had a gun.

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The FBI said it has identified the man as James H. Evans, whose last known address was on South 4th Street in Columbus.

It is believed that Evans, 32, is also responsible for robbing a Security National Bank in Springfield earlier this month, the FBI said. 

Evans is described as 6 feet, 1 inch tall, weighing 180 pounds with brown eyes and a shaved head.

Anyone with information on Evans' whereabouts is asked to call the Columbus Police Robbery Squad at 614-645-4665 or the FBI at 614-865-2543. 

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