FBI Asks for Help to Find San Diego Bank Robber

The FBI in San Diego is asking for help from the public tracking down a man who has carried out three bank robberies over the past two years.

The FBI says the guy has been dubbed as the ``aggravated bandit'' because of his demanding and aggravated demeanor during the robberies. They say he robbed a Wells Fargo Bank branch on Highland Village Place and a Chase Bank branch in Imperial Beach in 2017 and then robbed the same bank branch in I-B in January of 2018.

In each hold-up, the FBI says he made verbal demands for cash and asked specifically for ``hundreds'' before fleeing on foot. no weapon was involved.

The guy is described as an hispanic man in his early 20s, 5-foot-7 man, about 140-170 pounds, who wore a black hooded sweatshirt, dark sunglasses, a black hat and a black bandana covering his face.

(Photos provided by FBI)

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