FBI: Bridgeport bank robber likely not same man targeting East Coast banks

The FBI has confirmed that the man accused of robbing a Bridgeport bank is likely not the same man linked to other robberies in the

The reward for information leading an arrest is now up to $4,000.

The reward for information leading an arrest is now up to $4,000. (10/30/13)

BRIDGEPORT - The FBI has confirmed that the man accused of robbing a Bridgeport bank is likely not the same man linked to other robberies in the tri-state area.

Police say the suspect who held up a TD Bank on Tuesday has similarities to the serial robber in question, but officials say he is not the same person.

FBI agents add that they think the serial robber targeted one bank in Delaware and another in Maryland. They say he was last seen robbing a Chase branch in New Rochelle.
 

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