Bank Robber Wanted by Boston Police

On May 5, 2006, officers from District 11 responded to a radio call for a report of a robbery in progress at the Bank of America located at 1440 Dorchester Avenue. On arrival officers spoke with witnesses at the scene who stated that a male entered the bank threatened the teller and robbed it of U.S. Currency. The suspect fled out of the bank onto Adams Street with an undisclosed amount of U.S. Currency.Boston Police Investigators assigned to the Special Investigations Unit and the FBI Bank Robbery Task Force were able to identify the suspect as Julian Miller, 28, of Roslindale. Detectives obtained a warrant from the Dorchester District Court on May 9, 2006 charging Miller with Unarmed Robbery and Threats to Commit a Crime. Boston Police are looking for Miller who is described as being a black male, 6’4”, 285lbs, heavy build, black hair, and brown eyes. Anyone with information about this suspect is urged to contact the Boston Police Crime Stoppers tip line at 800-494-TIPS. miller, julian.jpg