Saskatoon police are looking for a man now believed to be behind three daytime bank robberies in two weeks.
The most recent happened at a bank on the 100 block of Betts Avenue around 5:50 p.m. Wednesday.
Police said a man walked in alone, demanded money and left with an undisclosed amount of Canadian currency.
Officers attended the scene, but did not find the suspect.
The man is described as wearing a red ball cap, black jacket with a black hoody underneath and jeans.
He was last seen riding a mountain-style bike from the area.
Police are also looking to identify a vehicle of interest to the case.
It’s a white late model Ford half-ton, with no tail gate and B.C. licence plates.
Detectives believe the robbery is related to two others that happened on March 28.
The first robbery happened around 2 p.m. on Clarence Avenue in Stonebridge. Less than 30 minutes later, police were called to the CIBC on Circle Drive East near Value Village.
The public is reminded to contact the Saskatoon Police Service or Crime Stoppers if they have any information that may assist in these investigations.