D.C. police are searching for a culprit in two separate robberies that occurred in the District over the past two weeks.

The first bank robbery occurred on July 18 at the PNC Bank branch at 650 Pennsylvania Ave. SE. The robber entered the bank at 2:43 p.m. and stole an unidentified amount of money from a bank employee. Police said that he demanded money from the bank worker, but they didn't specify whether he was armed.

At the time, D.C. police asked the public for help identifying the man. They later linked him to a second robbery in the District.

The second robbery occurred about two weeks later on Aug. 1. At about 12:40 p.m., the man walked into the Capital One Bank branch at 210 Michigan Ave. NE and again demanded money from an employee there. Police didn't specify how much money he made off with.

Police described the man as a black male in his late 40s, standing between 5 feet 7 inches to 5 feet 10 inches tall. He had a medium to dark complexion, a medium build and sported a mustache.

He was wearing a black baseball cap with a white logo reading "Tiger Woods," as well as a white crewneck T-shirt, gray sweatpants, black tennis shoes and silver framed prescription glasses. He was also carrying a black notebook, police said.