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(KUSA) – A bank robber known for using proper spelling, grammar and punctuation in his demand notes has hit three banks this month, bringing his grand total up to seven for the year, according to the FBI.

The suspect, dubbed the "Good Grammar Bandit" by law enforcement, has most recently hit the Chase Bank at 13781 Colorado Blvd. in Thornton.

He hit the same bank on July 8 and the TCF Bank at 11968 Vrain Street in Westminster two days before that. The most recent robberies come after a three-month-long absence – he was last spotted at the Chase Bank at 13781 Colorado Blvd. on April 7.

Police say when the "Good Grammar Bandit" robs a bank, he walks in, presents a typed demand note (with impeccable grammar) and then flees on foot.

Here's a look at the seven bank robberies the "Good Grammar Bandit" is believed to have committed:

April 2, 2:03 p.m.

TCF Bank

2185 East 120th Avenue

Northglenn, Colorado

April 3, 9:42 a.m.

Chase Bank

9379 Sheridan Boulevard

Westminster, Colorado

April 6, 10:15 a.m.

TCF Bank

4400 West 144th Avenue

Broomfield, Colorado

April 7, 9:10 a.m.

Chase Bank

13781 Colorado Blvd

Thornton, Colorado

July 6, 10:34 a.m.

TCF Bank

11968 Vrain Street

Westminster, Colorado

July 8, 11:35 a.m.

Chase Bank

13781 Colorado Blvd

Thornton, Colorado

July 29, 5:11 p.m.

Chase Bank

13781 Colorado Blvd

Thornton, Colorado

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