North Community Bank
A man dubbed the “Mummy Bandit” by the FBI, because his head and face are covered, robbed a West Town bank Tuesday, marking at least four such crime committed while carrying various items such as stuffed toys and a bucket.
A man dressed as a construction worker who robbed an Uptown bank branch in December struck the same branch again on Friday — this time carrying a stuffed toy.
A woman who told investigators she was desperate because her unemployment benefits had run out has been charged with the attempted robbery of a bank in the North Side Lincoln Square neighborhood.
Leroy Delphie, 42, allegedly robbed North Community Bank branch, 800 North State St., on Friday and took an estimated $1,050, according to a criminal complaint.
A man suspected of being the so-called “Wicker Park Bandit,” wanted for robbing as many as 10 banks on the North Side, has been arrested and ordered held without bail.
A suspect in three bank robberies struck again Saturday afternoon, authorities said.
Authorities are searching for the “Wicker Park Bandit” — last spotted robbing his eight bank, this one in the River North neighborhood Monday morning.
A man wearing a white construction hat, goggles, an orange construction vest, white sweatshirt, white scarf and gloves robbed the North Community Bank branch Thursday.
Two branches of the same bank, about a mile and-a-half apart in the West Town area, were robbed, apparently by the same person, just minutes apart Friday morning.
A Lincoln Park bank branch that was robbed two weeks ago was the site of an attempted robbery Friday.
A serial bank robber dubbed the “Quick Change Bandit” has struck his fifth Chicago bank, authorities said Tuesday.