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REWARD: $3K for suspected serial bank robber

Posted: 9:57 AM, Sep 22, 2015
Updated: 2015-09-22 09:57:40-04

They say he has struck again, and this time in Hudson.

Law enforcement s looking for a man they believe has robbed 3 banks in the last week and a half. The last one, The GTE Financial Credit Union off SR-52 in Hudson.

According to investigators, a man walked in around 5:30 p.m., handed the teller a note demanding cash and then walked out and disappeared with an undisclosed amount of money.

Investigators believe it is the same guy who hit two other bans just last week, a Wells Fargo on Friday and then earlier in the week, a BB&T.

The suspect has now been identified as Christopher Drago and they are asking for your help. If you see or know where Christopher Drago is, call 911 immediately.

We have also shared his picture on our ABC Action News Facebook page. Please take some time and head to our Facebook page and share his picture.

Crime Stoppers of Tampa Bay is offering a reward of up to $3,000 for information that leads to the location and arrest of Christopher Drago. Anyone with any information regarding this case and who wants to be eligible for a cash reward is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-873-TIPS (8477), report anonymously online at www.crimestopperstb.com or send a mobile tip using the P3 Tips Mobile application, a free download for iPhones and Droids.

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Pasco County deputies are looking a man they believe robbed three banks over the past week. They identified him on Monday night as Christopher Drago, 30.

The latest robbery occurred late Monday afternoon at the GTE Financial Credit Union at 6901 State Road 52 in Hudson.

The suspect passed a note demanding money. He received an undisclosed amount of money and fled the scene on foot.

It 's believed Drago is the same man responsible for a Wells Fargo robbery on Friday and the robbery of a BB&T bank in New Port Richey PD's jurisdiction earlier in the week.

Anyone who may have seen Drago or knows his whereabouts is asked to call 911 immediately.