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Serial bank robber strikes again, now wanted in seven recent robberies

Serial Bank Robbery Suspect Serial Bank Robbery Suspect
Serial Bank Robbery Suspect Serial Bank Robbery Suspect

The FBI believes a serial bank robber has struck again, hitting his seven bank in just over two weeks.

The latest robbery happened Thursday afternoon at the Huntington Bank located at 25601 Fairmont Blvd. in Shaker Heights.

The suspect is described as a black male, approximately 6'0", approximately 230 - 250lbs, stocky build, wearing a dark coat and camouflage hat with ear flaps.

Authorities say a note was presented by the suspect indicating the bank was being robbed.  No physical injuries were reported.

It appears this individual is the same suspect in 6 previous bank robberies since October 26, 2012, all happening in the greater Cleveland area.

Listed below are the seven bank robbery locations and date of each robbery this individual is suspected of committing: 

10/26/2012
Dollar Bank
2200 Warrensville-Center Road
University Hts., OH

11/1/2012
Ohio Savings Bank
2066 Lee Road
Cleveland Hts., OH

11/2/2012
PNC Bank
10900 Lorain Road
Cleveland, OH

11/5/2012
Citizen's Bank
5710 Mayfield Rd.
Lyndhurst, OH

11/8/2012
Key Bank
911 E.185th
Cleveland, OH

11/13/2012
Huntington Bank
920 East 185th Street
Cleveland, Ohio

11/15/2012
Huntington Bank
25601 Fairmont Blvd.
Shaker Heights, OH

Tips can be provided to the Cleveland FBI office at 216-522-1400 and can remain anonymous. Reward money is available for the successful identification and prosecution of the individual(s) responsible for these bank robberies.

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