The man wanted for a string of bank robberies in Wisconsin has struck again, according to the FBI.
The agency says the man entered an Associated Bank in Oconomowoc Wednesday morning, handed the teller a note demanding cash and got away.
The FBI believes this man is responsible for seven bank robberies starting with a hold up at Johnson Bank in Kenosha on April 23rd. (To see a complete list and the newest pictures click on the document attached in the story).
He's described as between 5'8" and 6" tall with brown hair and a thin build. In the most recent robbery, a witness reported he was wearing a gray, short-sleeved shirt the the words "If I throw a stick, will you leave" on it.
He may be driving a 1990s Plymouth Voyager or a Dodge Caravan with a purple or maroon hood.
The FBI is offering an $8,500 reward for any information leading to an arrest in this case.
If you have any information, call the Milwaukee FBI office at (414) 276-4684 or your local police.