'Stringer Bell bandit' arrested by Chicago bike cops
December 3, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Charges have been filed against a Chicago man who was arrested in connection with a string of recent bank robberies in the Loop.
Kenneth Anderson has been dubbed the alleged "Stringer Bell Bandit" because of the suspect's supposed resemblance to a character on the TV series "The Wire."
Chicago police bicycle patrol officers took him into custody Friday after employees at the Fifth Third Bank at 1 South Dearborn contacted them.
Anderson is charged with robbery.
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