|Published:||Apr 07, 2010 10:41 PM EDT|
|Updated:||Apr 07, 2010 10:41 PM EDT|
BONITA SPRINGS, Fla - WINK News has brand new video of a man forced to withdraw hundreds of dollars, from an ATM.
The surveillance video is from March 25th at the Bank Of America on Bonita Beach Road in the Home Depot plaza.
When looking at the video, the 61-year-old victim is on the right in the surveillance footage; the suspect is on the left.
Police need the public's help identifying him.
In the video, the suspect has a goatee and is wearing a long sleeved shirt and tie, with a ball cap that appears to read "Levi".
Investigators say the suspect, along with two other men, attacked the victim as he was riding his bike on Goodwin Road.
The three suspects were possibly driving a coffee colored Jeep Cherokee.
They took all the cash the 61-year-old man had on him. Then, they kidnapped him, held him at knife-point, drove him to the Bank Of America and made him withdraw more money from his account.
The victim is doing okay, but afraid to speak out for fear the attackers could find him.
The day after the attack, his son agreed to talk to WINK News as long we didn't show his face. He said his father is shaken up and the crooks took off with hundreds of dollars.
"He's 60 years old and that's never happened to him before. They forced him to get in the car, they got his wallet and got like 700 dollars," the son said.
After the suspects got their money they dropped the victim off at a nearby pharmacy. He was not seriously injured.
If you have any information call CrimeStoppers at 1-800-780-TIPS.
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