(STMW) — With his tight jeans and his trademark preppy look, the “Skinny Jeans Bandit” kept making a clean-cut getaway.

But the FBI says the serial bank robber’s stylish crime spree has finally come to an end, the Chicago Sun-Times is reporting.

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Now Eric Shepherd is wearing loose-fitting Bureau of Prison scrubs.

The 30-year-old Yorkville man was turned in by a relative and a former co-worker who recognized him from security camera footage released to the media earlier this month, according to a federal complaint filed Monday.

Dubbed the “Skinny Jeans Bandit” by the FBI because of his slim pants, fashionable knitwear and glasses, he was arrested Tuesday morning and charged with the Nov. 21 heist of a BMO Harris Bank in west suburban Carol Stream.

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He allegedly took $4,200 cash after passing a threatening note to a teller that stated “This is a bank robbery.”

Though he hasn’t been charged with any other robberies, the feds previously said he was responsible for four more stick-ups in northwest suburban Cary and Grayslake, and in Crown Point and Valparaiso, Ind.

According to the complaint, evidence linking him to the Carol Stream robbery includes a description by a bank teller who picked him out of a photo lineup and commented on his “fancy jeans.”

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