'Mummy bandit' bank robber sought by police
March 6, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Police are asking the public to help them track down the so-called ''mummy bandit.''
He got that name by wearing disguises that cover his face and head.
Investigators say the bandit targeted at least four North Community Bank branches across Chicago.
His most recent hold-up happened Tuesday at a branch in the 2000-block of West Division.
Police say in some incidents he carried stuffed toys or a bucket with him.
Anyone with information should call the FBI.
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