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Police say they've nabbed the prolific Baseball Cap Crook

Police say they've nabbed the prolific Baseball Cap Crook
The suspected bank robber caught on surveillance camera. (Courtesy of FBI)

SEATTLE -- Police believe they've nabbed a serial bank robber dubbed the Baseball Cap Crook for the various baseball caps he wears during robberies, according to the FBI.

The man caught on surveillance camera is suspected of robbing at least five banks in Kent, Bellevue, Renton, Edmonds and Federal Way.

The first robbery was November 9 at a US Bank in Kent, and the last was November 18 at a Alaska USA Federal Credit Union, according to the Seattle Safe Streets Task Force.

On Tuesday morning, Seattle police arrested Enrique Santos in Renton. Detectives believe the 29-year old is responsible for all five of the robberies.