FBI: Serial bank robber strikes again in NJ

The FBI says a man suspected in several bank robberies throughout New Jersey may have struck again.The latest robbery occurred yesterday morning when the suspect

NEWARK - The FBI says a man suspected in several bank robberies throughout New Jersey may have struck again.

The latest robbery occurred yesterday morning when the suspect threatened a teller with a gun and made off with cash from a Capital One bank branch on Route 17 in Paramus.

The FBI says a description of the robber matches descriptions given of a man responsible for four other heists since April of last year.

Two of the robberies occurred at a Capital One bank in Marlboro, one at a Capital One bank in Hasbrouck Heights and another at a TD Bank in Howell last month.

Federal officials have launched a website called BanditTrackerNortheast.com to help identify and apprehend suspects in bank robberies. To see more pictures of the alleged Paramus bank robber, go the Bandit Tracker website.

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