CHICAGO — A bandit suspected of robbing a string of Loop banks pulled off another holdup Wednesday morning, authorities said.
While wearing his signature outfit — a shirt and tie topped with a baseball cap — he entered a First American Bank, 33 W. Monroe St., and demanded cash, FBI spokeswoman Joan Hyde said.
He then ran from the bank with an unknown amount of money, said Officer Jose Estrada, a Chicago Police spokesman.
No one was hurt in the robbery, Estrada said.
The robber is described by the FBI as being in his 40s, 5-foot-9 to 5-foot-11 and weighing more than 200 pounds. He often wears a baseball cap, shirt, tie and varying coats, according to bank surveillance photos.
"He's not been known to use a weapon," Hyde said.
He also is suspected of robbing Burling Bank, 141 W. Jackson Blvd., on Dec. 5, and two CitiBank branches: 539 N. Michigan Ave on Dec. 17 and 111 W. Jackson Ave. on Dec. 19.