Police: Bank robbery suspect dies after he shoots himself during search

A man suspected to be a serial bank robber has died after police say he shot himself while officers were attempting to serve a warrant.

In June, Cobb County Police said he handed the teller a demand note at the Wells Fargo on Sandy Plains Road and got away with cash.

Then in October, Marietta Police said the same man handed the teller a demand note at the SunTrust Bank on Sandy Plains Road, but this time, said he had a gun and again, got away with cash.

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On the morning of Tuesday, Nov. 20, Cobb County Police detectives, Marietta Police detectives, and Cobb County SWAT attempted to serve a search warrant at a home on the 3000 block of Marietta's Wayward Drive after receiving tips that the suspect was there. 

When they got inside, they found the suspect with a "self-inflicted gunshot wound."

Medics rushed the man to Kennestone Hospital, where he has died.

The identity of the suspect has not been released.