NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — It appears the Dapper Bandit’s bank robbing days are over.
On Tuesday, Dana Connor was arrested in East New York without incident by FBI agents and NYPD detectives. He was wanted for allegedly robbing 10 New York-area banks between September and December of 2011.
Connor was arrested at 961 Autumn Ave., in a second-floor apartment, at around 12:45 p.m., according to authorities.
Connor was dubbed the “Dapper Bandit” because he typically wore a suit during bank heists, according to the FBI. “We nicknamed him the ‘Dapper Bandit’ because he often enters a bank quite well dressed — either in a suit or sports coat,” FBI spokesman J. Peter Donald told 1010 WINS’ Eileen Lehpamer.
Banks Connor has robbed, according to the FBI:
Capital One Bank located at 57 West 57th Street on September 21, 2011
Capital One Bank located at 277 Broadway on October 6, 2011
Capital One Bank located at 2200 East 42nd Street on October 7, 2011
Metropolitan Bank located at 99 Park Avenue on October 11, 2011
Sterling National Bank located at 622 3rd Avenue on October 20, 2011
Capital One Bank located at 1166 6th Avenue on October 28, 2011
HSBC Bank located at 2 Park Avenue on November 8, 2011
HSBC Bank located at 1185 6th Avenue on November 29, 2011
Emigrant Savings Bank located at 110 Church Street on December 16, 2011
Citibank located at 1 Park Place on December 27, 2011
A significant reward is available for a tip that breaks the case. Anyone with information is asked to call the FBI immediately at 212-384-1000. As always, tipsters may remain anonymous.