Officials seek alleged serial bank robber in New Haven

New Haven

The search is on for a serial bank robber in New Haven.

55-year-old Darryl Henry is wanted for at least four robberies in the Elm City over the last month, including one most recently on Saturday at the Webster Bank on Whalley Avenue.

Related Content: Police investigate bank robbery in New Haven

Rewards are being offered for information about Henry. 

If you have a tip, give New Haven police a call. 

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