(AP) CHICAGO -- The "Harry Caray bandit" is out of business.
That's according to local, state and federal authorities who say they've nabbed the bank robber nicknamed after the late Chicago Cubs announcer because of his oversized glasses, wig and baseball cap.
The FBI later renamed him the "10-Second Bandit" because he repeatedly told tellers to hand over their cash "in 10 seconds."
Officials arrested 52-year-old Guillermo Rivera in Indiana on Wednesday.
According to a federal court complaint, Rivera was caught after authorities linked him to a fingerprint left on a note left at one crime scene.
Rivera is suspected of robbing banks from February to May in several Chicago suburbs and in Munster, Ind.
He faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted.