(CHICAGO) -- A man who is suspected of four bank robberies in downtown Chicago pulled off a fifth heist this week, police said. The most recent theft came at a Chase Bank in the Loop just before 1:00 p.m. Monday.
“We responded to a bank robbery in progress at Chase Bank on West Jackson Boulevard at around 12:55 p.m.,” said Jose Estrada of the Chicago Police Department. “We had a lone male offender.” The robber escaped with an undetermined amount of cash and is still at large.
As the robber has done in his previous thefts, he wore sunglasses and a baseball cap. In a surveillance photo released on the FBI’s Bandit Tracker website, the man is wearing a gray Chicago Bears hat, black sunglasses, and a black t-shirt with “ADIDAS” spelled out in bright yellow letters on the front.
The Bandit Tracker website describes the man as “white or Hispanic; approximately 5’10″ to 6’0″, weighing 200-215 [pounds], and 30 years of age; stocky build; moles or tattoos on face near temples.”
His other heists have all come in the past month, starting on Aug. 13. All of the banks affected are downtown.
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