According to the FBI Boston, the man struck Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Connecticut since September.
FBI announced a $10,000 reward for the capture of “Route 91” who has robbed at most 11 banks in four New England states.
Named so because the banks are located all along Interstate 91, the robber threatened to use a firearm and the FBI declared that he is dangerously armed.
“We must put an end to this man’s crime spree before anyone gets hurt,” Joseph R. Bonavolonta (the FBI’s special agent responsible in Boston) stated in a statement on Thursday.
According to the FBI, the first bank was robbed in West Springfield (Massachusetts) on September 9, while the latest robbery took place in Greenfield (the same state), on January 27, 2012.
According to the FBI, he robbed banks in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, Connecticut, Vermont, and Connecticut.
According to the description, the robber is white and between 5′ 6″ and 5′ 8″, tall.
The FBI released a video of him wearing a blue mask and a sweatshirt with the words “Post University” and “No Hall Like OOHall 2016-2017” on it. Post University is located in Waterbury, Connecticut.
Only one of the two dozen bank robbers that the FBI lists on its website is believed to be more prolific.
According to the FBI, the “Midday Bandit,” is suspected to have committed 12 bank robberies in Chicago or other parts of Illinois between 2014 and 2016. He also attempted three robberies.