Jersey City man, Huy Trong Luong, nicknamed the “Cross Dressing Bank Robber” by police has been caught.

According to MSNBC, the 39-year-old was arrested on Monday while attempting to rob and flee a Commerce Bank in Chatham, NJ in a minivan.

Police confiscated a black wig, sunglasses, a black Dolce & Gabbana hat, a women’s makeup kit, and a black jacket as well as cash and a hoax bomb consisting of Roman candles wrapped together” inside the vehicle.

Luong was charged Tuesday with federal bank robbery charges stemming from his attempt to rob the Chatham, NJ, Commerce Bank.

During his interview with FBI agents, Luong, confessed to seven robberies in NJ and Connecticut and acquiring more than $38,000.

He also admitted to wearing the same disguise for each robbery and faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted.

Prosecutors said they anticipate filing additional bank robbery charges.

For further details and updates visit MSNBC.

Tamika M. Murray blogs at PJ’s and A Movie, Stop and Stare Photos, and Blogcritics.org.

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