Suspect wanted in multiple bank robberies

November 6, 2008 6:21:21 PM PST
Police are searching for man wanted in connection of multiple bank robberies. The FBI, the Doylestown Borough Police Department, and the Plumsteadville Police Department are requesting the assistance of the public to locate Timothy L. Kravel, who is being sought in connection with a series of bank robberies in Bucks County.

Kravel is wanted in connection with the robbery of the Univest Bank branch in Doylestown Borough on October 8, the robbery of the Firstrust Bank branch in Doylestown Borough on October 28, the robbery of the Huntington Valley Bank branch in Plumsteadville Township on November 5, and the attempted robbery of the Univest Bank branch in Doylestown Borough on November 5.

Kravel is described as a white male, 23 years of age, 6'1", 150 pounds, known to operate a 1990 black Nissan sedan bearing Pennsylvania license plate GVE4126. Kravel is known to frequent the area of 19th and McKean Streets in Philadelphia

Kravel should be considered armed and dangerous, and he should not be approached if seen. The public should notify the local police by dialing 911 if Kravel is seen.

Anyone with information regarding Kravel should contact the FBI's Fort Washington office at 215-641-8910.

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