Bank robbery reported in Altadena

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ALTADENA — A robber used a note to steal cash from a bank teller early Thursday, sheriff’s officials said.
The crime occurred about 10 a.m. at Chase Bank, 2333 N. Lake Avenue, Los Angeles County sheriff’s Sgt. John Stanley said.
A robber described as a black man in his 40s, between 6 feet 2 inches and 6 feet 4 inches tall, and about 200 pounds, the sergeant said. He was bearded and wore all black clothing.
He used a note to demand cash from a teller, while gesturing as if he had a weapon, Stanley said. No weapon was seen.
The robber was last seen running southbound from the bank with a “large amount” of stolen cash, he added.
PHOTO: courtesy of the FBI

2 thoughts on “Bank robbery reported in Altadena

  1. Jeez, that was posted on Twitter 7 hours ago along with San Dimas take-over… Hello!, time to cover the news…Chase Altadena bank was another ex-con 3 striker crackhead, armed with Baretta in waistband. Pull-Up FBI bank robbery photo websites; looks like Fred Sanford on a bad day. This is another Chase Bank with no security, no American Flag but plenty of free cookies from ‘day-old bakery’.

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