Globe|December 28, 2020
Making short work of FBI since 2009

A SERIAL bank robber dubbed the “Too Tall Bandit” is at it again — after a two-year layoff— and the FBI is desperate to cut him down to size!

The soaring suspect, who’s a skyscraping six-foot-eight and hides behind Halloween masks, has hit 16 banks in South Carolina, Tennessee, and North Carolina since 2009.

After taking a 24-month break, he struck again — twice — in November, according to a report.

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