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Map: Places Robbed by the 'Left-Handed Eyeglass' Bandit

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Police are calling a man who has robbed at least 13 places, mostly in South L.A., the "Left-Handed Eyeglass" Bandit. That name comes from his usual M.O.: he walks into a business, pulls out a small caliber revolver, holds wit with his left hand and demands money before leaving.

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He's described as an African America in his 30s, about 160 to 190 pounds and 5 foot 10 inches, according to police. And in addition to his sinistral tendencies, he also wears glasses.

he is believed to be driving a 1990's 4-door dark blue or black car with a hard shell tire cover on the trunk.