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Rubber-nosed robber returns to St. Louis Park bank

A fake nose is becoming the trademark of a serial bank robber suspected in at least half a dozen holdups in the Twin Cities area. Wednesday's robbery was the second time the suspect hit a U.S. Bank in the St. Louis Park Byerly's, although all of the banks have been in supermarkets.
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A fake nose is becoming the trademark of a serial bank robber suspected in at least half a dozen holdups in the Twin Cities area. Wednesday's robbery was the second time the suspect hit a U.S. Bank in the St. Louis Park Byerly's, although all of the banks have been in supermarkets.

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