The man who has been accused of robbing the People's Bank on 34th has been indicted on two counts of bank robbery in Lubbock and Abilene.
Police say Kenneth Hoyd Seabourne robbed three banks, the third was in Midland, which is in a separate federal jurisdiction.
Court records show Seabourne entered the First Abilene Credit Union Sept. 29, where he passed a note to the teller. He then reached into his shirt, grabbed what appeared to be a gun and threatened to kill if he didn't get money.
Prosecutors say Seabourne went into the People's Bank near 34th and Memphis October 15. They report he passed a similar note.
Lubbock Police pulled a fingerprint off the note, which matched fingerprints on file to Seabourne. Investigators also identified a white Ford Explorer used in the robberies was registered in Seabourne's name.
He faces up to 20 years in federal prison for each count, if convicted.