BOSTON (CBS) – A man wanted in connection with a string of bank robberies in and around Boston has been arrested.

Police say 48-year-old Paul Landrum of Dorchester, nicknamed the ‘Route 128 Bandit’, was arrested Tuesday in Boston. He was allegedly involved in eight armed robberies and two attempted robberies.

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Surveillance footage from a bank robbery on September 25, 2017 (Photo Courtesy: FBI)

“Each time, the robber passed a note and threatened a weapon,” said the FBI Wanted poster.

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A woman with Landrum, 36-year-old Tamea Chambers of Boston, was also arrested. Chambers is a suspect in two bank robberies.

The majority of the robberies occurred in the last three months.

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Police say they made the arrests after the suspect’s vehicle was found parked in the area of Perth and Fayston Streets in Boston.