A man known for his black wardrobe robbed a Minneapolis bank Monday.
The "Man in Black" has struck again, the FBI reports.
This time, the bank robber, known for his all-black wardrobe and black handgun, robbed the Franklin Bank at 1527 E. Lake St. in Minneapolis about 1:45 p.m. Tuesday, the FBI said in a statement.
After brandishing a gun, the man demanded cash from the teller who handed over an undisclosed amount, according to the FBI.
The man was described as 6 feet tall, white, in his mid-30s with a medium build.
Although the man began his robbery spree in all black clothing, his last several attacks have featured brownish coats, authorities said. On Monday he wore a black mask, khaki jacket, gray cap, black gloves and bluejeans, the FBI said.
The FBI is asking anyone with information to call 612-376-3200. A $25,000 reward has been offered for information that leads to the robber's arrest and conviction.
DAAREL BURNETTE II