Guess it beats honest work.
A parolee released just three months ago is wanted in a string of Queens bank stickups, police said Monday.
Justin Gass, 39, was paroled on June 26 — just one year and one month after he was sentenced to a two-to-four year prison term for grand larceny and forgery, public records show.
Gass hit his first bank on Aug. 17, using a note to threaten a teller at the Valley National Bank on Grand Ave. and Maspeth Ave. in Maspeth, cops said.
He made off with $800 — but it wasn’t enough, police said.
Gass hit three more banks this month — the Alma Bank on Broadway at 41st St. in Astoria on Sept. 8, the Chase Bank on Queens Blvd. near 48th St. in Sunnyside on Sept. 14, and the Chase on 82nd St. near 32nd Ave. in Jackson Heights on Monday morning, cops said.
Each time, police said, he passed a teller a note demanding money, and left with an unspecified amount of cash.
Police identified Gass through his fingerprints, cop sources said.
He’s described as white, 5-foot-9 and 200 pounds, with tattoos on his neck and arms.
He’s served two other stints in state prison, one for a 2002 burglary conviction , the other for a 2011 attempted robbery conviction.