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HENRICO COUNTY, Va. -- The FBI has offered a $15,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest of a man involved in a "brazen" crime. The man, according to agents, used a stun gun on a Brinks Armored Truck driver putting cash in the ATM outside the Wells Fargo in the White Oak Village shopping center. The July 3 robbery and assault was captured on security video.

"While attempting to unlock the ATM, one of the guards was assaulted with a taser by an unknown black male. While the guard was incapacitated, the robber grabbed the Brink’s bag and fled the scene on foot across Audubon Drive," FBI spokeswoman Dee Rybiski said."During the escape, some money was dropped at which time the robber retrieved it and ran into the wood line near the entrance to the Audubon Village Apartments."

The FBI described the robber as a five foot six inches to five foot ten inches black man with an average build. He was wearing tan Khaki pants, a light blue button down dress shirt, a navy blue blazer, a tan Fedora type hat and Ralph Lauren Polo Shoes.

Anyone with information about this man was asked to call the FBI at 804-261-1044.

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