Toronto Police are looking for a serial bank robber who has targetted banks in the west end.
Investigators believe he is responsible for ten robberies between January 12 and March 19.
Police said in each case the suspect lines up as a customer, approaches a teller and shows a note demanding cash and says he has a gun.
The robberies have taken place in the area of Dundas and Bloor streets as well as St. Clair Avenue West and Bathurst Street. He has gone as far west as six points plaza in Etobicoke.
No one has been injured during any of the robberies but police are concerned with the frequency at which they’re occurring.
He is described as mid 20’s with light skin, between 5′ 7″ and 5’9″ and he usually wears sunglasses and a scarf over his mouth.
Police said in each case the suspect lines up as a customer, approaches a teller, shows a note indicating he is armed and makes a demand for cash.
five-foot-nine with a slim build.
Police have released security camera footage and images of the suspect, which are available to view below.
They are urging anyone with information on the identity of the suspect to contact police.