He did it again: Serial bank robber held up his 6th bank since Halloween on Monday, FBI says

Surveillance images of the bank robber taken during holdups on March 25 and March 20, 2024 (FBI)

CHICAGO — The man who robbed a Ravenswood bank on Monday morning has robbed five other Chicago banks since Halloween, according to the FBI. So far, he remains on the loose.

The federal agency said that the robber’s most recent heist came just before noon Monday at Chase, 5134 North Clark. He ordered a teller to hand over cash but did not display or imply that he had a weapon.

His previous robberies, according to the FBI, were at:

The agency said he is about 60 years old and six feet tall. Tips can be shared with the FBI’s Chicago Field Office at 312-421-6700 or tips.fbi.gov. A reward of up to $1,000 is being offered for information that leads directly to his arrest and conviction.

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