FBI looking for bank robber dubbed 'Mid-Life Crisis Bandit'

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The following is a press release from the FBI:

The FBI Phoenix Division is seeking the public's assistance in identifying the "Mid-Life Crisis Bandit." The unknown male enters the bank wearing a long sleeve shirt and gloves. He is likely wearing a wig and a fake mustache. He utilizes a note to demand money and threatens to have a weapon. In addition, the unknown male threatens to hurt the teller via the note. The robberies have taken place throughout the state of Arizona.

The locations and dates are as follows:

- November 25, 2008, @ Wells Fargo, 10585 N. Oracle Road, Oro Valley - November 03, 2008, @ Wells Fargo, 1831 E. Hwy 69, Prescott - October 28, 2008, @ Compass Bank, 702 E. Union Hills Dr., Phoenix

The unknown male is described as a White or Hispanic male;

Ht: Approximately 5'9"; Build: Heavy set; Weight: Approximately 200 - 250 pounds; Age: 40's to 50's; Hair: Dark Wig; Possibly wearing make-up and a dark fake mustache.

Please contact the FBI Phoenix Division at (602) 279-5511, with information about the "Mid-Life Crisis Bandit's" identity and/or information about the bank robberies.