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FBI seeking alleged bank robber BURBANK -- The FBI...

September 22, 2004

FBI seeking alleged bank robber

BURBANK -- The FBI is seeking a man they believe to be responsible

for five bank robberies, including one in the city.

The "9 to 5 Bandit" has worn a dress shirt and tie during some of

the robberies, in which he hands a teller a note that he has a gun

and demands cash in hundreds, fifties and twenties, the FBI said.

The bandit is believed to have robbed the Washington Mutual at 840

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N. San Fernando Blvd. in Burbank on July 2. He is also a suspect in

bank robberies in Covina, Whittier, Pasadena and La Verne.

The bandit is described as a male over 6 feet tall weighing

between 190 and 220 pounds with dark hair, a goatee, and a faded

green tattoo on his right hand and the right side of his neck.

Mark R. Madler

Annual chamber golf tournament Friday

HILLSIDE DISTRICT -- The Burbank Chamber of Commerce will present

its 14th annual golf classic Friday at DeBell Golf Course, 1500 E.

Walnut Ave.

The event will feature a modified scramble format, a putting

tournament and an awards reception.

Prices are $2,500 for tournament sponsors of four golfers, $1,500

for corporate sponsors also of four golfers, $150 for individual

golfers and $100 for tee or green sponsors.

For more information, call 846-3111.

Jackson Bell

Pomodoro donates to Boys & Girls Club

BURBANK -- Pomodoro Cucina Italiana restaurant will donate $1 to

the Boys & Girls Club of Burbank for every entree purchased every

Tuesday, through Oct. 26. Pomodoro is located at 201 E. Magnolia

Blvd., Burbank.

For more information, call the Boys & Girls Club at 842-9333.

Jacqui Brown

Chamber mixer coming up

MEDIA CITY CENTER -- The Burbank Chamber of Commerce will meet for

a mixer from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Chevys Fresh Mex, 701 N.

San Fernando Blvd.

The mixer will include a happy hour buffet with margaritas and

other libations, and a cash drawing of $200. Admission is $10 for

members, $15 for prospective members.

For more information, call the chamber at 846-3111.

Jackson Bell

Sears to snip haircut prices

MEDIA CITY CENTER -- The Hair Studio at Sears will offer haircuts

Tuesday at 1950s prices for the first 50 customers.

The department store, 100 Media Center Drive, will celebrate a

half-century of cutting hair by reverting its price to the 1950s cost

of $3. It normally charges $20.

The retailer will also donate money as part of the Sears American

Dream Campaign's effort to helping families and communities. For more

information, call 559-6661.

Jackson Bell

Local bronze

foundry bought out

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