MILWAUKEE (WTAQ) - The FBI asked for the public’s help Tuesday in solving a string of robberies at financial institutions in southeast Wisconsin.
Six credit unions and a bank were held up from October 18th through November 20th in Milwaukee, Racine, and Kenosha counties.
Investigators have not been able to identify suspects, or come up with common descriptions from witnesses.
There was only one robber in some instances – and more than one in others. The criminals wore masks in about half the hold-ups.
Three of the robberies occurred in Kenosha. A Landmark Credit Union office in Racine was held up twice during that time period, while the others were hit once.