Reward offered in Greenwich bank robberies

A $2,000 reward has been offered for information leading to the arrest of a suspected serial bank robber. Greenwich police say the man is wanted

GREENWICH - A $2,000 reward has been offered for information leading to the arrest of a suspected serial bank robber.

Greenwich police say the man is wanted for three bank robberies over the past few weeks, including two in Greenwich.

The first occurred at a People's United last month.

The second occurred last week at a Chase Bank.

The suspect is also suspected in one robbery in New Jersey. 

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$2,000 Bank Robbery Reward

If you have any information about the Sept. 5th Chase Bank Robbery on West Putnam Avenue or the People's United Bank robbery on August 28th please contact Greenwich police at (203) 622-8000. 

VIDEO: Chase Bank robberySee extended video of a robbery at a Chase Bank in Greenwich.

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