More on the case of the "Bucket List Bandit," the man who police say robbed several banks across the country, including here in Erie.
For about four months, the Bucket List Bandit crossed the country, allegedly robbing at least ten banks. And law enforcement here in Erie, was crucial to tracking him down.
Agents in Erie's FBI office, were able to identify the man, dubbed the Bucket List Bandit, as 54 year old Michael Brewster, of Florida.
Brewster is now in behind bars in an Oklahoma jail.
That's where police arrested him last week, just four days after he allegedly held-up the Huntington Bank in Erie.
Prosecutors are working to bring Brewster back here to Pennsylvania to face charges.
Over just a few weeks, police say Brewster robbed 10 banks in 9 states, telling tellers he only had a short time left to live.
A police officer in Oklahoma arrested him after a routine traffic stop, that officer noticed red-dye on Brewster's hands.
That dye, the evidence gathered here from the Huntington Bank in Erie, and the police work behind it, were all key in brining Brewster in.
Over the phone today, we spoke with those at Huntington Bank, to get their reaction to playing a key role in this alleged serial bank robber's arrest.
"This is a universal problem so we have the very very best officials to work with and this is a successful case. But we want to say thank you because we're all partners in helping to prevent crime and in this case really stopping it." Said Bill Eiler, Vice President of Regional Public Relations with The Huntington National Bank.