'Jimmy Buffett Bandit': Security guard tackles; takes down accused serial bank robber

buffett(triple)CAPTURE UPDATE: Looks like it simply was one too many for the "Jimmy Buffett Bandit". The FBI says Richard Marsh, 44, of Pacific, is the serial bank robber believed to be behind 9 heists. He was finally caught yesterday afternoon -- tackled and taken down by a security guard at the U.S. Bank in Seattle's South Lake Union area -- where he was trying to rob the place. Seattle police say the call first came as a fight inside the bank, and when police showed up, money was strewn across the floor, and the security guard was scrapping with the "Jimmy Buffett Bandit'. They say he was armed with a soft pellet gun. He was arrested and booked into the King County jail. Here is a list of the 9 bank robberies he's accused of:

    UPDATE 11/9/12: He's hit again, and changed his look with the season, replacing the tropical shirt he wore in his summer hit, with ski wear in his latest bank robbery in Bellevue. UPDATE --10/5/12-- The "Jimmy Buffett Bandit" is back! Don't know if he's been "wasting away in Margaritaville" between the two heists he's accused of now, but one thing's for sure - he's lost his tropical look - ditching his Hawaiian shirt for a fall-weather jacket. CLICK HERE to see the new photo of him snapped Tuesday when he robbed the Homestreet Bank in north Seattle's Wedgewood neighborhood -- literally down the street from the first bank he hit early last month. ---ORIGINAL CASE 9/28/12--- A wanted, armed bank robber's tropical shirt has us dubbing him the 'Jimmy Buffett Bandit'. Not sure if he's a true ‘Parrothead’, or needed the cash to buy a ‘Cheeseburger in Paradise’ when he robbed a bank in north Seattle earlier this month -- but, other than his nickname and that fake ponytail he's sporting, there's nothing funny about this guy who the FBI considers 'armed and dangerous.' Here are the details on the ‘JIMMY BUFFETT BANDIT’:

      If you recognize the 'Jimmy Buffett Bandit', call an anonymous tip into: CRIME STOPPERS: 1-800-222-TIPS You must call the Crime Stoppers hotline with your tip to be eligible to receive the cash reward for information leading to a fugitive’s arrest. CLICK HERE for information on how to TEXT A TIP to Crime Stoppers