Kenneth F. White II Identified As Suspect in GSB Robbery and 5 Other Bank Robberies


A reward of up to $10,000 is being offered for information leading to the arrest of Kenneth F. White II, who is wanted by the FBI for the robbery of numerous banks in the Chicago area, according to an FBI Wanted notice.

The offender was described as a male/white, 34-years-old (born August 31, 1978), 6’3″ 150 LBS (Thin Build). Kenneth White typically dresses in blue jeans, hooded sweatshirts, baseball caps, and in colder weather a black, down parka. He has a dragon tattoo on his left arm with Chinese writing, and several tattoos on his right arm.

The suspect is also labeled as armed and dangerous.


Kenneth White is the suspect in a Black Friday bank robbery at the Glenview State Bank (1808 South Arlington Heights Road) near Arlington Heights Road and Golf Road now has visual identity connecting him to five other bank robberies: MB Financial Bank at 2200 N. Waukegan Road, Glenview, IL on December 3, 2012; TCF Bank at 1415 Algonquin Road, Rolling Meadows on October 26, 2012; Popular Community Bank at 7181 West Irving Park Road, Chicago, IL on November 5, 2012; Harris Bank at 615 Busse Highway in Park Ridge on November 9, 2012; and TCF Bank, 2301 North Harlem Avenue, Chicago on November 15, 2012.

Bank robbery suspect most recently connected with the Glenview State Bank of Arlington Heights at 1808 South Arlington Heights Road on Friday, November 23, 2012 (Police released/bank surveillance images/More photos).

Police on scene of Glenview State Bank (GSB) on south Arlington Heights Road, just north of Golf Road.

Arlington Heights police responded about 10:16 AM Friday of a bank robbery at the Glenview State Bank, 1808 South Arlington Heights Road mw 25-30 5’11” – 6’2″ thin build, light brown stubble wearing a dark Navy North Face puffy down jacket, light blue jeans, and a dark or unknown color baseball cap. The offender fled to the “back of the building.”

The offender put $600-$700 US cash in his jacket.

On further investigation, the offender is reported to have fled from a vehicle parked in an apartment complex, just north of the shopping center where the GSB and Jewel-Osco are located. The vehicle is reported to be a van or taller vehicle, possibly blue or green or dark in color. The vehicle headed northbound on Arlington Heights Road.

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