U.S. Marshals: Monroe bank robber strikes again, Wearing nearly identical outfit

On the left is the man who robbed a Monroe bank on March 21 and on the right is the suspect who robbed a Brownstown Twp. bank on Monday.

U.S. Marshals have joined the search for a man believed to be behind several armed robberies.

Authorities started searching for 46-year-old David Nadeau in early March after a robbery at a Shell gas station along North Monroe Street in Monroe.

A few weeks later images, allegedly of Nadeau, were captured of a heist at the Monroe Bank & Trust also located on N. Monroe.

A suspect, wearing clothes similar to those donned during the Monroe bank robbery, held up a Chase Bank in Brownstown Township on Monday afternoon.

Though the crime scenes were about a half-hour driving distance, authorities were able to connect all three robberies.

Nadeau is described as about 5-foot-10 and weighs about 200 pounds.

He has green eyes and several tattoos that are located on the right side of his body with one on his chest.

The suspect has also been known to use the aliases James Russell Beeler and Dave Naleau.

The 46-year-old is considered armed and dangerous.

Anyone with his whereabouts can make an anonymous tip on the MichiganĂ¢??s Crime Stopper tip line 1-800-SPEAK-UP.