FBI is trying to catch a "bad wig bandit" in North Carolina

This photo combo provided by the FBI shows a person of interest in connection to bank robberies in North Carolina. The FBI is asking the public's help in catching a so-called “bad wig bandit” who's been robbing banks in North Carolina. The FBI said in a statement on Thursday, Jan. 9, 2020, that the suspect wore a different wig during each heist in the Charlotte area. (FBI via AP)
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - The FBI is asking the public's help in catching a so-called "bad wig bandit" who's been robbing banks in North Carolina.

The FBI said in a statement on Thursday that the suspect wore a different wig during each heist in the Charlotte area. One wig was blonde. Another was black. The third was red.

The FBI said he robbed a BB&T in Huntersville on  Dec. 13. He then robbed two banks on Jan. 7.

The first was a New Horizon Bank in Belmont. The second was a Wells Fargo in Gastonia.