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Serial bank robber in Sacramento area sought by FBI

At each robbery, the man wore different clothing and changed his appearance.
At each robbery, the man wore different clothing and changed his appearance.

A man who robbed a Bank of America dressed as a construction worker Wednesday is also being sought by the FBI in two other robberies.

The man is described in an FBI release as caucasian, between 5-foot-6 and 5-foot-10 in height and in his 20s.

He is suspected of three robberies throughout the month of June. On June 18, the man is believed to have robbed the Wells Fargo Bank at 781 Roseville Blvd. On June 21, he robbed the Chase Bank on 8859 Madison Avenue in Fair Oaks.

He was last seen at the Bank of America on 2221 Douglas Boulevard in Roseville, when around 1:45 pm Wednesday, the man, dressed in a neon long-sleeve shirt and dark sport sunglasses, took an undisclosed amount of cash and left the building, according to police officials. No weapon was seen and no one in the bank was hurt.

At each robbery, the man wore different clothing and changed his appearance. On the first occasion, he wore a light-colored straw cowboy hat, a red and white plaid shirt, blue jeans and cat-eye sunglasses, according to the FBI release. The man had dark stubbly beard growth resembling a goatee .

On the second robbery, he wore blue overalls, a white t-shirt and a dark beanie and sunglasses. He had scruffy facial hair.

Anyone with information about the man can call the FBI at 8000-885-5984 or submit an online tip at tips.fbi.gov. If spotted, the FBI urges the community to call 911.

Alejandra Reyes-Velarde: 916-321-1005

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