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Bank robbery suspect thought to be repeat customer

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The FBI and Oklahoma City police are seeking a bank robbery suspect who is believed to be a repeat customer who robbed the same bank twice before and another bank earlier this year.

Special Agent Rick Rains says the unknown man walked into the Bank of Oklahoma in north Oklahoma City wearing a mask about 4:40 p.m. Friday and pointed a handgun at a teller while demanding money. The man was given money and was last seen climbing over a fence after running east from the bank.

Rains says there were no injuries during the robbery.

Rains says the robber is believed to be the same man who robbed the bank in May and again in July and who robbed another Bank of Oklahoma bank in September.

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