SAN ANTONIO -

Taylor Glisson, 25, a man already in custody in connection with a bank robbery in February has been linked to at least two more.

On Tuesday, a new charge of aggravated robbery was added to the list of charges against Glisson.

An arrest warrant affidavit stated that latest charge stems from the Feb. 9 robbery of  an IBC Bank in the 6600 block of Callaghan Road.

In that case, a bank teller told San Antonio police detectives a man wearing a hooded sweatshirt, white bandanna on his lower face and prescription eyeglasses walked up and pointed a gun at her, the affidavit stated. She said the robber then demanded $10,000.

After she had filled his bag with money from her drawer, the teller said the robber demanded more from another drawer, the affidavit stated.

Police said in two more robberies that occurred after that one, the description of the robber was similar, particularly when it came to the eyeglasses.

They arrested Glisson and another man on Feb. 22 after the robbery of an IBC Bank on NE Loop 410.

They said witnesses from the first robbery later identified Glisson in a photo lineup, the affidavit stated.

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