‘Ball Cap Bandit’ wanted in Charlotte-area bank robberies

‘Ball Cap Bandit’ wanted in Charlotte-area bank robberies
A man, dubbed the "Ball Cap Bandit," is wanted in three bank robberies in the Charlotte-area. (Source: FBI Charlotte)

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - An alleged serial bank robber is being sought in at least three robberies in the Charlotte area that happened during the months of March and April.

The FBI believes a man, dubbed the “Ball Cap Bandit,” robbed a Wells Fargo on Conlan Circle in Charlotte on March 25. The same man is believed to have robbed a BB&T on Poplar Tent Road in Concord on April 8 and then an Employees Credit Union on NC Highway 27/27 in Albemarle just hours later.

A man, dubbed the "Ball Cap Bandit," is wanted in three bank robberies in the Charlotte-area.
A man, dubbed the "Ball Cap Bandit," is wanted in three bank robberies in the Charlotte-area. (Source: FBI Charlotte)

The alleged robber is described as a while male with a thin build who has brown hair and facial hair. In each photo, the man was seen wearing a baseball hat.

“The suspect did not show a weapon, but told bank tellers that he had one,” the FBI said.

On Friday, the FBI released surveillance video of the robber entering the bank and requesting money from the teller.

Anyone with information is asked to call your local FBI office.

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