MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A 29-year-old Minneapolis man has been indicted in connection with a series of armed robberies at four stores and a US Bank.

On Wednesday, Donte McKinley Hollister was charged in federal court with one count of armed robbery and four counts of interference with commerce by robbery, pursuant to the Hobbs Act.

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Hollister’s indictment alleges that on Oct. 17, 2011, he stole $1,890 from the US Bank located on 2338 Central Ave. in Minneapolis. He was also connected to four other armed robberies in Golden Valley, Medina, Roseville and St. Louis Park.

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If convicted of all charges, Hollister could face a potential maximum penalty of 25 years in prison and 20 years on each count of violating the Hobbs act.

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The Hobbs Act allows federal prosecutors to “prosecute violent habitual criminals who commit armed robbery in places of business that involve interstate commerce,” according to the United States Attorney s Office.