Lenard Gibbs is a suspect in the Thursday afternoon bank robbery on Indian Trail-Lilburn Road in Lilburn.

'Armed and dangerous' Gwinnett bank robbery suspect eludes police

Lilburn police have issued an alert for an "armed and dangerous" suspect who eluded police after a Thursday afternoon bank robbery and vehicle chase. 

Authorities believe 33-year-old Lenard Gibbs was one of three men who walked into the PNC Bank at 494 Indian Trail-Lilburn Road just before 4 p.m., pointing a pistol at a teller and demanding money. They got an undisclosed amount of cash and fled.

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Police chased the men's car to an apartment complex in Norcross before the suspects tried to run away. Two of the suspects — Benita Alveranga and Kyre Clifford Campbell, both 22 — were apprehended, but the man police identified as Gibbs escaped, authorities said.

Bank surveillance photos show Gibbs wearing a black shirt and a Brooklyn Nets toboggan-style hat. Police also released other photos of the suspect.

Anyone who knows his whereabouts is asked to call 770-638-2182.

Lenard Gibbs has been identified as a suspect in a Thursday afternoon bank robbery on Indian Trail-Lilburn Road in Lilburn.

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