PORTLAND, Oregon -- The Oregon Financial Institutions Security Task Force (FIST) is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Tammy Lynn Hall, whom is believed to be responsible for four local bank robberies.Hall, 42, is believed to be from California. A federal grand jury has charged Hall with the April 30, 2010, robbery of the Bank of America branch located at 8315 SE Sunnyside Road in Clackamas. There have been three other robberies committed in recent weeks by a woman matching Hall's description. They are:
May 3, 2010 -- First Independent Bank, 1408 SE 164th Ave., Vancouver
May 7, 2010 -- US Bank, 6407 NE 117th Ave., Vancouver
May 10, 2010 -- Bank of the West, 11050 SE McLoughlin Blvd., Milwaukie
The FBI, in conjunction with the other investigating agencies to include the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office, Milwaukie Police Department, Vancouver Police Department and the Clark County Sheriff's Office, are looking at the possibility that the same person is responsible for all four bank robberies. However, at this time, Hall is charged with only one bank robbery (April 30th, Bank of America).
In each instance, a female robber entered the bank, demanded cash and left. No weapon was seen in any of the robberies. Investigators believe Hall may be using a four-door 2005 white Nissan Altima.
Hall's description is:
Weight: 130 pounds
Hair: Long curly hair, brown but with blonde highlights
Clothing: Often wears a dark zip up jacket, blue jeans and carries a dark-colored back-pack
Scars/Marks: Large tattoo on the right side of her neck, possibly a butterfly
Anyone with information is asked to call the FBI in Portland at 503-224-4181 anytime; Detective Scott Smith with the Vancouver Police Department at 360-487-7416; or Det. Thomas Yoder with the Clark County Sheriff's Office at 360-397-2211, ext. 5305.