Toronto police have arrested two teens connected to four bank robberies over the last two years.
Both of the 16 year old boys face charges of robbery and disguise with intent.
In each of the hold ups, one of the boys would approach a customer service rep in a disguise, and hand off a note saying he had a gun.
After receiving the demanded cash, the boys would flee.
All four banks were in the area bordering Keele to Bathurst and Sheppard West up to Steeles West.
One of the robberies occurred in 2015 on March 26th, while the other three were in 2016 on August 10th and September 5th and April 25th.
In the latter robbery, the two entered a bank with their faces concealed with sunglasses, a scarf, hat and hood.
One of the boys faces four counts each of robbery and disguise with intent, while the other is charged with a single count of robbery and disguise with intent.