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Mummy Bandit strikes again
Toronto Police release new photos and video of Toronto bank robber
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    Courtesy for Rey Mena

      The man known to Police in Toronto as the 'Mummy Bandit' has struck again.

      We were introduced to the man back on April 15th, when Toronto Police Hold Up squad held a news conference looking for help in solving a slew of outstanding bank robberies.

      At that time, police released a photo of him, hoping someone would recognize him.

      Now, they've relased video, and three more images of the bandit who always wears a hoodie and sunglasses to carry out his crimes.

      Toronto Police believe between October 2013 and today, the 'Mummy Bandit' has struck 9 times at various banks in the downtown core.

      In the most recent cases, on April 22nd, he walked into a bank in the area of Fort York Boulevard and Spadina Avenuew, went behind the teller's counter, pulled out a handgun and demanded money.

      He left with a bag filled with cash.

      Then on May 14th, he strolled into a bank in the College and Bathurst area, again waved a handgun and walked away with money.

      He is described as white, 20-30, and 5'6"-5'10". In one of the security camera images, he is wearing an prominent ring on his right hand.

      Anyone with information is asked to call Toronto Police or Crime Stoppers.

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        Courtesy for Rey Mena

          The man known to Police in Toronto as the 'Mummy Bandit' has struck again.

          We were introduced to the man back on April 15th, when Toronto Police Hold Up squad held a news conference looking for help in solving a slew of outstanding bank robberies.

          At that time, police released a photo of him, hoping someone would recognize him.

          Now, they've relased video, and three more images of the bandit who always wears a hoodie and sunglasses to carry out his crimes.

          Toronto Police believe between October 2013 and today, the 'Mummy Bandit' has struck 9 times at various banks in the downtown core.

          In the most recent cases, on April 22nd, he walked into a bank in the area of Fort York Boulevard and Spadina Avenuew, went behind the teller's counter, pulled out a handgun and demanded money.

          He left with a bag filled with cash.

          Then on May 14th, he strolled into a bank in the College and Bathurst area, again waved a handgun and walked away with money.

          He is described as white, 20-30, and 5'6"-5'10". In one of the security camera images, he is wearing an prominent ring on his right hand.

          Anyone with information is asked to call Toronto Police or Crime Stoppers.

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