FBI searching for bank robber dubbed 'Little Buddy Bandit'

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The following is a press release from the FBI:

PHOENIX -- The FBI Phoenix Division is seeking the public's assistance in identifying the "The Little Buddy Bandit." The unknown male enters the bank wearing a "Gilligan" style hat and dark sunglasses. He approaches the teller and displays a note demanding money. He is seen primarily leaving the bank on foot. During the Bank of America robbery on 10/30/08, a red four door full size truck was seen leaving the area of the bank at a high rate of speed. The robberies have taken place in the Tucson area between 10/17/08 to 12/02/08.

The locations and dates are as follows:

December 02, 2008, @ Compass Bank, 7000 N. Oracle Rd., Tucson November 28, 2008, Wells Fargo, 7080 N. Oracle Rd., Tucson November 10, 2008, Bank of America, 7130 N. Oracle Rd., Tucson November 04, 2008, Wells Fargo, 6270 N. Oracle Rd., Tucson October 30, 2008, Bank of America, 7077 E. Tanque Verde, Tucson October 17, 2008, Bank of America, 902 N. Stone Ave., Tucson

The unknown male is described as a White male;

Ht: Approximately 5'10"; Build: Thin; Age: 40s; Wearing dark sunglasses; No facial hair. He usually wears a pullover with a zipper or a long-sleeved button-up shirt with blue jeans. He may have red dye stains on his hands and or/clothing.

Please contact 88-CRIME with information about the "The Little Buddy Bandit's" identity and/or information about the bank robberies.