'Mad Hatter' Bank Robber May Have Struck Again

New Jersey cops are investigating whether the bandit known as the "Mad Hatter" pulled of his 17th successful bank robbery Sunday, according to MyFoxNY.Com.

Just before noon on Sunday, a middle-aged man in a hat robbed a Bank of America in Union, N.J. Police said the robber fits the description of the notorious bandit, who gets his name because he wears a different cap each time he pulls off a robbery.

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The "Hatter" began his run in September, and has targeted only New Jersey banks. Officials estimate he's stolen more than $60,000 in total.

Police report he made his getaway in a Nissan Altima, and that they got a partial plate number from the car.