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updated: 11/28/2012 4:18 PM

Police seek man accused of robbing banks in Arlington Hts., Rolling Meadows

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Authorities are looking for a man accused of robbing five banks, including ones in Arlington Heights and Rolling Meadows.

Police said on bandittrackerchicago.com that the white male, who stands about 6-feet tall, walked up to a teller at TCF Bank at 1415 Algonquin Road on Oct. 26 and robbed them.

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The man was wearing a baseball cap and a gray hooded sweatshirt during the robbery, authorities said.

The man is also accused of being involved in bank robberies at: the Popular Community Bank at 7181 West Irving Park Road in Chicago on Nov. 5; Harris Bank at 615 Busse Highway in Park Ridge on Nov. 9; TCF Bank at 2301 N. Harlem in Chicago on Nov. 15 and the Glenview State Bank at 1801 S. Arlington Heights Road in Arlington Heights on Nov. 23.

People with additional information are asked to contact the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Chicago at (312) 421-6700.

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