‘Razzmatazz Robber' linked to 4 Arizona holdups, including 3 banks: Police

Murrieta got the nickname from the Crayola crayon of the same name

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A man nicknamed the "Razzmatazz Robber" was arrested on March 23 in connection with four Arizona holdups, according to a press release on Friday

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Andres Murrietta, 41, was arrested by the FBI Violent Crimes Task Force without incident following a robbery at a SunWest Credit Union in Mesa. 

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Murrieta is facing charges in relation to four separate bank robberies: November 1, 2021 at a OneAZ Credit Union, November 30, 2021, at a First Bank, December 28, 2021, at an AlaskaUSA Federal Credit Union, and March 23, 2022, at a SunWest Credit Union.

Murrieta got the nickname, "Razzmatazz", as a result of driving a car resembling the Crayola crayon of the same name, according to authorities. 

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During each robbery, Murrieta reportedly would enter the bank and produce a robbery banknote and a paper bag for the money. No injuries were reported during the robberies. 

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Phoenix Police Department, Peoria Police Department, Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office FATE team, U.S. Border Patrol, and the FBI worked on the case.