The FBI is looking for a man who robbed several banks in the Charlotte area while wearing not-so-convincing wigs as a disguise and made off with cash without using a weapon. The ‘Bad Wig Bandit,’ is on the loose and the feds are asking the public for help in tracking him down. The bureau on Thursday said the suspect, a medium build black male either in his 20s or 30s, robbed three banks in the Charlotte area over the course of the last three weeks. In each of the robberies, the man simply passed a note to a bank employee. The robber is then believed to have gotten in a getaway car and fled the scene. On December 13, he is alleged to have tried to rob the BB&T Bank in Huntersville, North Carolina. The FBI is asking the public for help in locating the ‘bad wig bandit’ who robbed three banks in the Charlotte, North Carolina, area in the past three weeks. The robber is seen above robbing the BB&T Bank in Huntersville, North Carolina, on December 13 On Wednesday, the wigged robber struck twice. He robbed the New Horizon Bank in Belmont – this time wearing a hood… Read full this story
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