Santander_Robbery_SuspectOn December 5, 2013 at approximately 1:10 p.m. a medium built, white male in his late 30’s, wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt and dark colored pants, entered the Santander Bank 403 Highland Avenue Somerville, Ma. 02144 and robbed the teller of an undetermined amount of cash. No weapon was shown.

The suspect approached a teller and handed a note demanding money. The only attempt to shield his face was while he was apparently talking on his cell phone. The suspect fled in an unknown direction in the Davis Square area.

The FBI Task Force and Somerville Police are asking for your assistance in identifying the suspect depicted in the photos provided by the banks surveillance cameras. The Massachusetts Bankers Association is providing a reward for information leading to the identity, arrest and conviction of the suspect, and any accomplices who may have assisted him in the commission of this crime.

If you have information or can identify this suspect, please call the FBI Task Force at 617 742-5533 and/or the Somerville Police Criminal Investigation Division at 617 625-1600 extension 7220.

Deputy Chief Michael S. Cabral

617 625-1600, ext.7202


10 Responses to “Somerville Police seeking to identify suspect in Santander Bank robbery”

  1. Molly says:

    Thats Enzo Racca

  2. Mad Dog says:

    If you are going to rob a bank don’t have a public Facebook page. Yep, looks like Enzo Racca will be enjoying Xmas behind bars. If you Google him he has been arrested multiple times – from DUI and selling drugs etc… and there are references on his Facebook page to him being in jail.

  3. tawnya bates says:

    Thats my sons father enzo racca. Pitiful person who told his son he did it for his Xmas gifts. He has hurt my son for last time.

  4. JPM says:

    Why would you rob a bank without a disguise? LOL.

  5. Jackie Velos says:

    No, that’s not Enzo Racca. Thats Peter Fagioli, I think.

  6. JMB says:

    JPM: I usually enjoy your insightful commentary, but the above simple comment was the best one of all!

  7. Erica S says:

    No one should spend the holidays behind bars, that’s a rude and ignorant comment. Whoever this person is who did this crime has a family and you all should be respectful of that. It’s the holiday season and you all have no right to comment on something you don’t know a thing about. What they did was not right. I do not condone it, but remember that there’s a family behind that person who are going through a lot at this time. Have you ever heard the saying ” if you have nothing nice to say, then don’t say anything at all!”

  8. Rob says:

    Maybe he’s disguised as Enzo Racca!

  9. john D says:

    Yup that’s Enzo Racca for sure. He was my roommate we are so glad he’s gone he was ruining our house. we had such a nice peaceful quiet house before he moved in. so happy to have my home back.

  10. MarketMan says:

    JPM: And so close to home. (Apparently people on this board know him)

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