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FBI searches for "Why So Serious" bandit

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PHOENIX -

The FBI is searching for a suspect accused of robbing a US Bank near 7th Avenue and Bell Road.

Authorities say the robbery happened on just before Noon on Feb. 1st.

The suspect entered the bank, approached a teller and verbally demanded money.  The teller complied and gave the suspect a known amount of cash.

The suspect, nicknamed "Why So Serious," is described as a white male, about 40 years old, 5' 8" to 5' 10" tall, weighing 140 to 170 pounds.  He was wearing a black ski mask, black gloves, jeans, and a white sweatshirt.

He was last seen fleeing the bank northbound into a nearby neighborhood.

According to the FBI, a weapon was not shown during the robbery.

If you have any information about this case, call the FBI.

TIP LINE: (623) 466-1999

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