A rash of bank holdups has Salt Lake City police on the lookout for several suspects, including one who may be a prolific serial robber.
Salt Lake City police Sgt. Robin Heiden said Monday's three robberies were not themselves connected, being committed by different suspects.
However, the suspect in the first holdup may have struck numerous times before. About 12:30 p.m. a white male adult, 30-35 years old, a stocky 190 pounds and wearing a black hooded jacket and fake black beard, walked into the U.S. Bank at 2243 E. 2100 South.
Implying he had a weapon, the suspect demanded cash from a teller and then fled the scene on foot. The FBI was looking at the robbery as perhaps being the latest in a series of bank robberies in Utah thought to have been committed by the same suspect.