FBI suspects 'Quick-Change Bandit' of robbing three banks

FBI suspects 'Quick-Change Bandit' of robbing three banks
The FBI suspects this man, dubbed the "Quick-Change Bandit" of robbing up to three Puget Sound banks this month. (Courtesy of FBI)

SEATTLE -- The FBI and Seattle Safe Streets Task Force is searching for a man they are calling the "Quick-Change Bandit" and who they believe is responsible for three Puget Sound bank robberies this month.

According to the FBI, the suspect robbed a Bank of America in Kent at 11:40 a.m. Aug. 18 before changing clothes and robbing a Chase Bank in Auburn less than an hour later. The same man may also be responsible for robbing a Chase Bank in Lynnwood Aug. 16.

In all three robberies, the suspect threatened the bank's tellers, according to the FBI.