Man in Black strikes again? FBI thinks so

He's changing his wardrobe but can't shake the label. The FBI thinks the suspect in a St. Paul bank robbery on Wednesday is the same person behind a string of heists around the metro. This would be the robber's eighth bank robbery in two months. Needless to say, if you have any clues about the suspect, authorities would love to hear them.
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He's changing his wardrobe but can't shake the label. The FBI thinks the suspect in a St. Paul bank robbery on Wednesday is the same person behind a string of heists around the metro. This would be the robber's eighth bank robbery in two months. Needless to say, if you have any clues about the suspect, authorities would love to hear them.

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