FBI seeks 'Can You Hear Me Now Bandit'

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Suspect at Bank of America on West Happy Valley Road in Phoenix on Aug. 16 By Jennifer Thomas Suspect at Bank of America on West Happy Valley Road in Phoenix on Aug. 16 By Jennifer Thomas
Suspect at Bank of America at McClintock Drive and Warner Road in Tempe Aug. 10 By Jennifer Thomas Suspect at Bank of America at McClintock Drive and Warner Road in Tempe Aug. 10 By Jennifer Thomas
Suspect at Bank of America at McClintock Drive and Warner Road in Tempe Aug. 10 By Jennifer Thomas Suspect at Bank of America at McClintock Drive and Warner Road in Tempe Aug. 10 By Jennifer Thomas
Suspect at Doubletree Ranch Road and 73rd Place in Scottsdale on Aug. 12 By Jennifer Thomas Suspect at Doubletree Ranch Road and 73rd Place in Scottsdale on Aug. 12 By Jennifer Thomas
Suspect at Doubletree Ranch Road and 73rd Place in Scottsdale on Aug. 12 By Jennifer Thomas Suspect at Doubletree Ranch Road and 73rd Place in Scottsdale on Aug. 12 By Jennifer Thomas

PHOENIX -- The FBI is looking for a suspect believed to be responsible for at least three bank robberies in the past week.

The FBI released surveillance photos of the suspect, who has been dubbed the "Can You Hear Me Now Bandit" because he appeared to be talking on his cell phone.

He is described as a Hispanic male in his 20s, between 5 feet 3 and 5 feet 5 inches tall and approximately 140 pounds. He was wearing a black suit, black fedora hat and sunglasses during the robberies.

He is suspected of robbing the Bank of America at McClintock Drive and Warner Road in Tempe on Aug. 10; Compass Bank at Doubletree Ranch Road and 73rd Place in Scottsdale on Aug. 12; and Bank of America on West Happy Valley Road in Phoenix on Tuesday.

In each robbery, the suspect handed a teller a note demanding money.

Anyone with information about the suspect is asked to call 602-279-5511.