The FBI is asking the public for help identifying a man who robbed a Glendale bank last Thursday.
The same man is also believed to be responsible for another bank robbery two days earlier.
On Sept. 27, a white male entered the Bank of America at 5831 W. Thunderbird Road at 10:39 a.m. He asked the teller how her day was, then pulled out a demand note and set it on the counter.
The note demanded $50s and $100s.
The teller gave the suspect a known quantity of cash and he fled, possibly to a waiting cab.
The FBI believes he is responsible for the robbery of the Arizona Federal Credit Union at 2650 W. Ross Avenue on Sept. 25. If so, he changed his appearance prior to the second robbery.
The suspect is described as a white male, late 20s to early 30s, 5'9"-6' tall, 190 lbs, light colored eyes, light complexion, shaved head, wearing a black button up short sleeve shirt with emblem on the left arm and design around the lower half of the shirt, gray shorts and black tennis shoes.