Garrett allegedly robbed the same bank on Nov. 10 after handing a teller a note demanding cash, and brandishing a handgun. In that incident, police said, Garrett fled in a beige Nissan Altima.
Garrett is about 6 feet 1, weighs about 220 pounds and may have friends or relatives in North Philadelphia.
Tipsters are asked to call the FBI Philadelphia Police Violent Crimes Task Force at 215-418-4000.
stabbed by sister
* Weymouth Street near
Van Kirk, Crescentville
A 25-year-old Crescentville woman was arrested yesterday afternoon after stabbing her younger sister, police said.
Police said some sort of domestic dispute led the woman to stab her 21-year-old sister in the right breast just before 4 p.m. The victim was not seriously hurt, police said. She was taken to Jeanes Hospital in Fox Chase and was listed in stable condition.
The older sister remained in custody last night.
Man, 20, shot
in Point Breeze
* 20th and Morris streets
Police were investigating a shooting in Point Breeze last night that left a young man hospitalized.
The 20-year-old victim was shot in both thighs about 9 p.m. and was taken to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and listed in stable condition.
Police did not have information on a motive, suspects or witnesses last night.
In other news:
Man, 20, arrested
in Atlantic City slaying
One of three men wanted on charges of killing an Atlantic City casino patron and wounding another in a carjacking Sunday has been arrested.
Sources say U.S. marshals arrested the suspect at the PATCO High Speed Line's Ferry Avenue Station, in Camden, on Tuesday night.
The Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office confirmed that Philip L. Byrd, 20, had been taken into custody and would have a hearing this afternoon to face charges of felony murder, murder, weapons offenses, carjacking, kidnapping, theft and robbery.
Still being sought are Eric S. Darden, 20, and Raheem D. Simmons, 18.
At least eight law-enforcement agencies, including the marshals, the FBI, and various Atlantic and Camden County police departments, participated in a "full-court press" to identify three men captured on surveillance video moments before they allegedly accosted the victims near their parked vehicle at the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort about 8 a.m. Sunday, Atlantic County Prosecutor Theodore Housel said.
- Phillip Lucas and Morgan Zalot