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$1,000 reward offered regarding potential serial bank robber in Macomb, Oakland counties

Banks robbed in Shelby, Orion and Chesterfield townships

Orion Township bank robbery suspect (WDIV)
Orion Township bank robbery suspect (WDIV)


ORION TOWNSHIP, Mich. – The Oakland County Sheriff's Office is seeking a man in connection with an Orion Township bank robbery that occurred Thursday afternoon.

According to authorities, the man entered a Bank of America on Lapeer Street just before 4:30 p.m. and handed the teller a note, demanding money. Police said no weapon was seen or implied. The man left the bank with an undetermined amount of money.

The man matched the physical description and method of a man who robbed banks in Shelby and Chesterfield townships a few weeks earlier. It is unknown if he is the same person. 

RELATED: Man robs banks in Shelby, Chesterfield townships on back-to-back days, police say

Anyone with information on the robberies is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-SPEAK-UP. There is a $1,000 reward offered and callers can remain anonymous.

Here are pictures of the Orion Township bank robbery suspect:

A Orion Township bank robbery suspect (WDIV)
A Orion Township bank robbery suspect (WDIV)
A Orion Township bank robbery suspect (WDIV)
A Orion Township bank robbery suspect (WDIV)

Here are pictures of the Shelby Township bank robbery suspect:

A Shelby Township bank robbery suspect (WDIV)
A Shelby Township bank robbery suspect (WDIV)
A Shelby Township bank robbery suspect (WDIV)
A Shelby Township bank robbery suspect (WDIV)

Here are pictures of the Chesterfield Township bank robbery suspect:

A Chesterfield Township bank robbery suspect (WDIV)
A Chesterfield Township bank robbery suspect (WDIV)