Fake beard, sunglasses and a note: Police look for suspect in Carmichael Rd. bank robbery

This conversation is moderated according to USA TODAY’s community rules. Please read the rules before joining the discussion. Police are hoping to identify a suspect who entered the BB&T Bank on Carmichael Road Thursday wearing a fake wispy brown beard, ball cap and black and white patterned sunglasses to rob the financial establishment.  CrimeStoppers on Friday released images of the suspect in which he is seen wearing a camouflage jacket, black jeans and black shoes.  The suspect in Thursday’s case entered the business, produced a note and then fled on foot, Montgomery police Capt. Regina Duckett said. Two previous bank robberies occurred under similar circumstances, though police have not said if the incidents’ are related.  Officers previously responded to the Trustmark Bank on Carmichael Road Oct. 7 and the Regions Bank on Coliseum on Oct. 10. In photos released from the Trustmark Bank robbery, a man stands at the counter wearing a black shirt, black and white hat and what appear to be disposable gloves.  Anyone with information about either robbery can call the Montgomery Police Department at 334-625-2832. Information can also be given to CrimeStopper...

Photo: Associated Press/This image released by Lionsgate shows Yvette Monreal, left, and Sylvester Stallone as John

Photo: Associated Press/This image released by Lionsgate shows Yvette Monreal, left, and Sylvester Stallone as John Rambo in a scene from “Rambo: Last Blood.” (Yana Blajeva/Lionsgate via AP) For those who’ve followed the “Rambo” franchise, “Rambo: Last Blood” (please, God, please say it is so) will look familiar. Stallone is here. The deeply brutal violence is here. The one man against a depraved world is here. But in place of the broken heart of a soldier mistreated and forgotten by his government, of the prodigal son bringing U.S. Military chickens home to roost, is something far less complex. No, John Rambo isn’t turning his training on the rotting center of the military industrial complex at home or in Burma. He’s actually a pretty relaxed, aging cowboy on the Rambo family horse ranch in Arizona, sharing a cordial friendship with his housekeeper and raising her teenage niece as if she were his own. Stallone can. Co-writing along with Matthew Cirulnick and Dan Gordon (who’s wearing a camo vest and AK in his imdb photo), Sly shows Gabrielle (Ybvette Monreal) exactly why adolescent girls need to squelch their own sense of agency. Gabrielle wants to go to Mexico to ...