SEATTLE -- Police arrested a man -- given away by his face tattoo -- believed to have robbed two Seattle banks at knifepoint Friday morning in Capitol Hill.
According to the Seattle Police Department, a man with a face tattoo and two large knives robbed a bank in the 4100 block of University Way Northeast in the U-District around 9 a.m., stuffing the money in his shirt and walking out of the bank.
Officers were unable to find the suspect, but a Metro driver said he believed he saw the suspect board a bus.
Around 11:15 a.m., a man with a face tattoo and a knife robbed a bank near Broadway and East Republican Street, according to police.
A parking enforcement officer saw the suspect half-a-dozen blocks away and called in other officers, who arrested him.
According to police, the suspect had two knives on him at the time of his arrest.