FBI offers $10,000 reward for info on the Corinth bank robber dubbed the “Thirsty Bandit”
CORINTH, Maine (WABI) - The FBI and Maine State Police are offering a reward up to $10,000 to help catch a Corinth robber they’ve dubbed the “Thirsty Bandit”.
Authorities say he’s considered armed and dangerous.
He’s accused of holding up the Maine Savings Federal Credit Union nearly a month ago.
We’re told bought a drink from a nearby Family Dollar store just before the robbery, sparking his nickname.
He’s described as white, approximately 5′8″ tall, with a slender build.
He wore a dark baseball cap, sunglasses and a dark colored facemask.
Police say he showed off a gun in his waistband and demanded money from the tellers.
Then he put it in a black bag with handles before running away.
Authorities believe he is still in Maine.
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