FBI seeks serial bank bandit after latest robbery in Woodbridge

The FBI is continuing its hunt tonight for a serial bank robber after he reportedly struck again over the weekend. His latest target was the

The FBI is continuing its hunt tonight for a serial bank robber after he reportedly struck again over the weekend.

The FBI is continuing its hunt tonight for a serial bank robber after he reportedly struck again over the weekend. (3/10/14)

WOODBRIDGE - The FBI is continuing its hunt tonight for a serial bank robber after he reportedly struck again over the weekend.

His latest target was the Capital One Bank on Route 1 in Woodbridge. Police say the suspect allegedly walked in Saturday and demanded cash from a teller, then ran away. 
 
The last time he was seen was in February, when he was spotted on surveillance video in Edison.

Authorities suspect the man has been robbing banks since last August.

The same man is allegedly involved in robberies on Oak Tree Road in Edison and on Route 22 in North Plainfield, plus two robberies on Broad Street in Elizabeth. Authorities also believe the man robbed the PNC Savings Bank on South Martine in Fanwood.

Anyone with information on the robberies is asked to contact the FBI.

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