MANHATTAN — The "White Glove Bandit" has struck again, FBI officials said.
The suspect, who earned the nickname from the white latex gloves he wears during heists, robbed his fourth bank when he walked into an HSBC in Greenwich Village on Tuesday, officials said. At roughly 9 a.m. at the bank at 769 Broadway, near Ninth Street, the robber waived a black revolver at the teller and demanded cash.
It wasn't clear whether he got any money before he fled on foot, FBI officials said.
The bandit also robbed the same HSBC branch on Jan. 26.
He is also wanted for robbing a Citibank at 555 LaGuardia Place twice — once on Feb. 14 and then again on March 12, according to the FBI.
The suspect, believed to be in his mid-30s and 5 feet 10 inches tall, always wears black shoes, pants, jacket and sunglasses. He usually has a backpack. The right side of his nose was described as scarred or disfigured.
The man should be considered armed and dangerous, FBI officials said.
Anyone with information is asked to call the FBI at 212-384-1000. A significant reward is available for a tip that breaks the case. Tipsters may remain anonymous.