WATCH: Who is the 'LA Bandit'?

Toronto Police are sharing new photos in the hopes of identifying a man they believe robbed five banks over the course of seven weeks this spring.

The targets were geographically spread out. The suspect's clothes varied a little. But acting Inspector Lauren Pogue says his MO was the same.

"He's always wearing the sunglasses, a ballcap. (He) approaches the customer service counter, indicates the gun and then demands cash."

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The robberies unfolded in April and May in Toronto, Newcastle and London.

Police aren't sure where the suspect's home base is but they believe he is acting alone.

After the robbery of a bank near London's Oxford St E and Richmond St on May 18, he was seen climbing into the driver's seat of a white 2014-2016 two-door Mercedes CLA 250.

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The suspect has been dubbed "the LA Bandit" because of the Los Angeles Dodgers ballcap he was recorded wearing during a few of the robberies. But he was also captured on video wearing a New York Yankees hat.

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He is described as 25-35 years old standing 6' with a medium build, light brown skin and dark facial hair.

Anyone with information is asked to call police at 416-808-7350 or to contact Crime Stoppers.

Police do not believe this man had a hand in three bank robberies in under 30 minutes in Scarborough earlier this week.