By Kate Merrill

BOSTON (CBS) – The FBI is using billboards, social media, and a $10,000 reward in an attempt to track down a bank robber they say is armed and dangerous.

The man pointed a semi-automatic pistol at tellers when he robbed the Bank of America on Hooksett Road in Hooksett, New Hampshire October 6.

A surveillance photo from the robbery

To generate tips, a surveillance photo of the robber went up on digital billboards in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut starting Monday.

WBZ-TV’s Kate Merrill reports

The FBI also notified its 265,000 Twitter followers and 168,000 Facebook friends.

Watch: Video Of Robbery

He is described as white, in his mid 20’s, medium build, with brown hair which was very short at the time of the robbery.

During the robbery, he wore white latex gloves, a blue Boston Red Sox hat, sunglasses, a gray Adidas sweatshirt, blue sweatpants with white stripes down the sides and sneakers.

He put the stolen money in a dark colored backpack.

For more information you can visit the bureau’s web site.

Kate Merrill


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