FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (WWJ/AP) – A serial bank robber has been sentenced to 25 years in federal prison for armed heists he committed in Michigan and Florida.

South Florida prosecutors say 28-year-old Jeffrey Ross robbed five banks in Broward County between October 2012 and February 2013. In each robbery, he displayed a gun and managed to steal a total of $9,646.

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After the last Florida robbery, authorities say Ross went to Michigan where he robbed a Comerica Bank branch on Maple Road in Birmingham of $4,350 in July 2013. In this robbery, he ordered bank employees into a vault at gunpoint, but was caught hiding in the bushes behind the First Presbyterian Church nearby.

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After his arrest in Michigan, Ross was extradited to Florida where he was charged.

He pleaded guilty to the charges in both Michigan and Florida and will serve a combined 25 years for the robberies.

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