Help Catch Bank Robbers: New Website Targets Suspects Nationwide

(WASHINGTON DC) FBI – Bank robbers last year walked away from federally insured banks, credit unions, savings and loan associations, and armored trucks with more than $38 million in cash, according to the last full year of FBI bank crime statistics. In one in five cases, the money was recovered. In the unsolved cases, surveillance images of suspects were often posted online—on FBI wanted posters and elsewhere—to enlist the public’s help.


To further that effort, the FBI has launched a new Wanted Bank Robbers website at, the first national system of its kind.

The new site features a gallery of unknown suspects and a map function that plots robbery locations. Users can search by name, location, or other factors. Search results deliver a Wanted by the FBI poster that contains more images, a suspect’s full description, and a brief narrative of the crime.

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Youngstown Police Now Offer Crime Maps to Public


Youngstown Police (YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO) – The Youngstown, Ohio Police Department has partnered with Raids Online, a software developer, to provide a new way for the public to stay informed about crime in the City of Youngstown. The online crime map  allows citizens to see recent crime activity based on an address or the citizen’s current location. The service is free.

Youngstown Police Department’s crime mapping service empowers citizens to better understand crime trends and lower crime in their area. Recent crime incidents are displayed on a map or listed in a grid.  Users can click on an incident for more information or display a hotspot map based on the crimes that are currently in display. Users can also sign up for neighborhood watch reports that automatically email any recent crime activity on a daily, weekly or monthly schedule.

Find out more by visiting YOUNGSTOWN CRIME MAP.

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