Police Capture Serial Bank Robber Nicknamed The ‘Logo Bandit’

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Mexico, Missouri resident Bryon J. Gullion has been arrested. He is suspected of being a serial bank robber also known as the ‘Logo Bandit’. The nickname came from logos found on his baseball caps, used during his bank robberies in the St. Louis area.

Gullion is charged with first degree robbery and is being held on $50,000 cash bond at the St. Louis County Justice Center in Clayton.

He was taken in to custody, after further investigation of the January 17th Jefferson Bank and Trust robbery in the Southfield Center. Using information from the Richmond Heights Police Department, authorities were able to identify the bank robbery suspect and affect an arrest of Bryon Gullion, in the 7000 block of Glades in Richmond Heights.

Gullion is still being investigated for additional bank robberies and may be charged with those robberies at a future date.

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