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FBI seeks man in rash of Md. bank robberies

The FBI is seeking a fugitive wanted in five bank robberies and two attempted bank robberies in the Baltimore area over a three-week period.

The FBI Violent Crimes Task Force says they suspect 51-year-old Earl Cousins in the robberies, which began on Sept. 2 at an M&T Bank in Towson. The FBI believes Cousins robbed that same bank Saturday.

Agents also believe Cousins is responsible for robbing two other Towson banks, including the same Bank of America twice in three days.

Most recently, authorities believe Cousins robbed a Bank of America in downtown Baltimore on Tuesday after attempting to rob another one 10 miles to the southwest. They say Cousins was last seen running away from the downtown bank on North Charles Street after trying to carjack a driver.