Threatening Note in Serial Bank Robberies

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A man suspected of going on a bank robbery spree is indicted Wednesday.

40-year-old Kevin Walcott is accused of robbing seven banks all over Northeast Ohio. He was busted trying to rob an 8th bank in Shaker Heights in November.

New information is coming out in the indictment that the Cleveland Heights man got away with nearly 13-thousand dollars from the robberies.

Officers found a handwritten note on him that read, in part, “I have a gun and a police radio. If I see police or hear the alarm, you die.”

The suspect is known for wearing a powdery substance on his face during the robberies.

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