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- Five metro Atlanta banks have been robbed since September.
- FBI officials believe the same man is responsible.
- In at least one robbery, he wore a “Punisher” T-shirt.
A man in his mid to late 30s has been robbing banks throughout metro Atlanta for months, the FBI says.
He wore a gray “Punisher” T-shirt in a Dec. 7 robbery at a bank on Roswell Road in Marietta, FBI Agent Stephen Emmett said in a news release.
The “Punisher” is a Marvel Comics character who has been portrayed in movies and on television.
That was the fifth bank robbery the man with a goatee committed since September, Emmett said.
In all but one incident, the robber used a demand note or made a verbal demand for cash. On Dec. 5, at a Bank of America in Sandy Springs, the suspect displayed a weapon when the teller didn’t immediately comply with the demands.
Earlier robberies were committed at Regions Banks in Alpharetta, Sandy Springs and Atlanta.
Often, he carries a small, zippered bag.
Anyone with information regarding this individual should contact Crime Stoppers Atlanta at tel. (404) 577-8477. There is a reward through Crime Stoppers and all callers can remain anonymous.
Anyone with information regarding this individual should contact Crime Stoppers Atlanta at (404) 577-8477. There is a reward through Crime Stoppers and all callers can remain anonymous.
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