‘Bully Bandit’ suspected in 3 more Chicago area bank robberies

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A man suspected of robbing more than a dozen Chicago-area banks since 2012 is thought to be responsible for three recent attacks.

Police have dubbed him the “Bully Bandit.”

He’s described as a Hispanic male in his late 20s to early 30s, about 5’7″ with a medium build.

Witnesses say he also appears to have at least four gold-capped lower front teeth.

Anyone who recognizes this man is asked to contact authorities.

A reward of up to $17,500 is being offered.

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