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This Guy Robbed Three Banks

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The man pictured above is responsible for three bank robberies over the past month, and cops need the public's help tracking him down.

On May 29, Tempe police say the above-pictured suspect robbed a Chase bank at Guadalupe Road and McClintock Drive in Tempe.

Less than a month later, on June 20, police say the same man robbed another Chase bank, this one at Dobson Road and Chandler Boulevard in Chandler.

On Saturday, he struck again. Tempe police say he hit a Bank of America at Rural and Ray Roads in Tempe.

In each robbery, the suspect wore the same blue shirt in which he's seen pictured above. He also used a handgun in each robbery, and although he hasn't yet hurt anyone, the suspect is considered armed and dangerous.

He's described as a white male, about 6-foot, with a medium build. He's clean shaven and wears metal-framed eyeglasses.

Anyone who knows this guy is asked to call the Tempe Police Department at 480-350-8311, or Silent Witness at 480-WITNESS.

See additional photos below.

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