A man convicted of robbing four banks in Tucson and Tempe was sentenced to 150 months in prison.
Robert Lad Solifsburg, 34, had pleaded guilty to four counts of bank robbery.
Authorities say Solifsburg robbed for U.S. Banks -- three in Tucson and one in Tempe -- while wearing disguises between December 2016 and March 2017.
Solifsburg stole between $2,338 and $4,080 in each robbery. Authorities arrested him after revealing his identity, discovering he was under federal supervision for robbing banks in Phoenix and California.