The FBI continues to investigate a series of bank robberies reportedly committed by the same man who first robbed a Glendora Citibank in February.
The man dubbed the Baggy Eyes Bandit is accused of robbing a Norco Citibank August 16. In each of his five robberies and one failed robbery, the suspect threatens that he has a weapon, but no weapon has been seen, said Laura Eimiller, representative with the FBI Los Angeles Field Office.
The suspect flees each robbery on foot. There is no known getaway vehicle at this time.
The Baggy Eyes Bandit robbed a Glendora Citibank, 401 E. Arrow Hwy., February 29 around 4:50 p.m. He issued a demand note to the teller and claimed to have a weapon. The suspect fled with an undisclosed amount of cash.
The Baggy Eyes Bandit then robbed a Placentia Citibank March 4 and failed to rob an Arcadia Citibank the same day.
The suspect also robbed a Rancho Cucamonga Citibank July 14 and a Chino Hills Citibank August 4.
The FBI wants the public to consider the Baggy Eyes Bandit armed and dangerous.
The suspect is described as a white male in his mid-20s, five feet and seven inches tall with a slight build. The suspect is known to wear a dark baseball hat during the robberies and may speak with a Middle Eastern accent.
Anyone with information is asked to call the FBI Los Angeles Field Office 24 hours a day at (310) 477-6565 or to dial 911.