A man who robbed three banks in ten days last year has been sentenced to more than a decade in prison. 

During his spree, the robber hit the Feasterville BB&T near the fork of Bridgetown and Bustleton Pikes on May 17, 2019.

Lamar Tindall, 45, used threatening notes to intimidate bank tellers into giving him cash. In one instance, the note read, “all 50’s and 100’s or ill shoot.”

Tindall ended his spree with $3,650, which he will pay for with 12 years behind bars. He must also pay back $2,955 in restitution.

The Eastern District of Pennsylvania announced Tindall’s sentencing Tuesday.

“Robbing any type of business – whether it’s a bank, a corner store, or anything in between – is a serious federal offense that can carry stiff penalties, as Tindall can now attest,” said U.S. Attorney McSwain

Part of the reason for Tindall’s lengthy sentence is the Court’s decision to label him a “Career Offender.” His criminal history dates back to 1999, including multiple drug distribution offenses and robbery.