Man arrested for robbing multiple banks in north suburbs

SHARE Man arrested for robbing multiple banks in north suburbs
SHARE Man arrested for robbing multiple banks in north suburbs

Authorities arrested a man Friday suspected of robbing multiple banks in the northern suburbs and Wisconsin.

Deerfield police and the FBI arrested 38-year-old Mosezette Price in connection with multiple bank robberies, most recently in Deerfield Wednesday afternoon, according to a statement from Deerfield police.

At 12:45 p.m., a man matching Price’s description walked up to a teller at the TCF Bank inside a Jewel Osco at 16 S. Waukegan Rd. in Deerfield wearing a surgical mask and passed a note demanding money and threatening physical harm, authorities said. He received an unspecified amount of money and ran away.

Price was also implicated in a Nov. 12 TCF Bank branch robbery in Waukegan. A man wearing a breathing mask walked into the branch at 922 Green Bay Road at 6:50 p.m. and implied he had a gun but did not show one, according to Waukegan police and the FBI. He got away with an undisclosed amount of cash.

Authorities believe Price is also connected to a robbery in Kenosha, Wisc. Price, of Kenosha, was taken to the Metropolitan Correction Center in Chicago pending a court appearance, police said.

Surveillance photos of the man suspected of robbing a TCF Bank branch Wednesday in Deerfield. | FBI

Surveillance photos of the man suspected of robbing a TCF Bank branch Wednesday in Deerfield. | FBI

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