FBI looking for man who robbed two banks in Logan Square

Chicago — The FBI is looking for the man who has robbed two banks in Logan Square since late February. And they’re offering up to $1,000 for information that leads directly to his arrest and conviction.

Both robberies were “note jobs,” meaning the offender handed the tellers written demands for cash, according to Chicago police reports. No weapons were displayed.

The FBI released these surveillance images of a man suspected of robbing two banks in Logan Square. | FBI

According to the FBI, the man first robbed Chase Bank, 2235 North Milwaukee, around 2:09 p.m. on February 28. He wore a black knit cap, sunglasses, white mask, black zip-up jacket, jeans, and black and white shoes, the agency said.

He struck again around 5:25 p.m. on March 8 in the 2200 block of North Western Avenue, getting away with about $1,500 cash, a CPD report said. This time he wore a light-colored cap, black mask, plaid jacket, dark-colored pants, and black and white shoes.

The FBI said the robber is White and in his 30s.

Anyone with information about the suspect can call the FBI’s Chicago Field Office at 312-421-6700 or go online to tips.fbi.gov.