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FBI looking for armed bank robber
Officials: Latest heist in Pooler is fourth by same man in area
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      The FBI is looking for a man they believe responsible for the armed robbery of four banks in the area, including this morning at the Bank of America in Pooler.
      According to Special Agent in Charge Brian D. Lamkin, with the FBI in Atlanta, a man entered the Bank of America at 105 E. Highway 80 in Pooler about 10:10 a.m. this morning and announced a robbery. The robber, brandishing a weapon, obtained an undisclosed amount of money and departed the bank without further incident.
      The robber is described as black, mid 30s in age, medium build, slight facial hair, wearing a black shirt, blue jacket and a black baseball cap with "Reebok" on front. A getaway vehicle was described as possibly being a gold box-style vehicle with possible Georgia license plate.
      The same man also is believed to be responsible for the following area bank robberies:
4/8/2011 - SunTrust Bank, 318 Mall Boulevard, Savannah
4/13/2011 - Bank of America, 7802 Abercorn Street, Savannah
4/25/2011 - Wells Fargo National Bank, 6999 Abercorn Street, Savannah
      The FBI and Pooler Police Chief Mark Revenew request the public's assistance in identifying the armed robber.
      Anyone with information should contact the Savannah Crimestoppers at (912) 234-2020 or the Atlanta FBI/Savannah Resident Agency at (912) 232-3716.

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