Fort Worth Searching for Man Who Robbed Four Banks in Three Days

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    The man in the photograph is wanted by police in connection with several bank robberies. If you know his identity, please call 911, CrimeStoppers or the Fort Worth Police Department.

    Fort Worth police are searching for one man they say robbed four banks in just three days.

    Since Monday, banks on Camp Bowie Boulevard, East Lancaster Avenue, East Berry Street and McCart Avenue have been robbed by the same man, police said.

    Police released a photograph of the man, captured from surveillance video at one of the banks.

    Detectives said the man threatens the cashier and demands money before escaping on foot. So far, no one has been injured in the robberies and the man has not shown any weapon to tellers.

    Police have not said how much money was taken in the robberies.

    The man wanted by police in connection with the robberies is described as black, in his early 20s, about 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighing about 160 pounds. In three of the robberies, he was wearing a black beanie and black jacket.

    Anyone with information on the man's identity is asked to call 911, CrimeStoppers, at 817-469-TIPS, or the Fort Worth Police Department's Detective M. Baggott at 817-989-3330.