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Chicago's Most Wanted Northwest Side Bank Robber

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There's no doubt the bandit who knocked over a northwest side bank in late April wanted to do it in as little time as possible.

When the suspect entered the TCF bank branch in the 2500 block of North Narragansett on April 20th, FBI agents say he handed a note to the teller that said something to the effect of: money now. They say he also told the teller "You have 10 seconds to give me all the money in the drawer. No funny money or dye packs or someone is gonna get shot." The teller followed the bandit's demands and he then took off with the money. Investigators say he made his getaway with the help of a driver who was waiting for him outside the bank in a white four-door mid-size car with temporary tags. Agents say the car headed southbound on Narragansett.

Despite the clean getaway, investigators do have some pretty good bank security camera photos of the bandit to work with. In these photos, agents say the bandit appears he made no attempt to hide his face and that you can clearly see it under the blue and white cubs hat he was wearing. He also wore a black jacket.

Here is a detailed description of what agents say this bandit looks like. He is described as a white male, 5' 9" - 6' 0", 180 - 200 pounds, with blonde hair and green eyes. This bandit is considered armed and dangerous. If you see him, call police.

If you have any information about this case, call the Chicago FBI bureau at (312) 421-6700.

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