These surveillance photos show the suspect robbing a pair of banks in Marietta and Sandy Springs.
Photo: submitted photos, FBI Atlanta
Photo: submitted photos, FBI Atlanta

FBI working with Cobb, Fulton police to identify female bank robber

Police departments in Marietta and Sandy Springs are continuing to work with the FBI to identify a woman who has robbed two banks this month.

She is described a slender 25- to 35-year-old and is often seen wearing a green bandanna with a camouflage pattern.

Surveillance cameras most recently caught the suspect at the PNC Bank on Roswell Road in Sandy Springs on Monday.

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According to a Sandy Springs police report, the woman came into an employee’s office, sat down, reached in her purse and handed the worker a note that read: “I have 2 bullets one for you and one for me give me all the money nothing funny!”

The worker gave the suspect $1,500 and she fled through the front door of the bank.

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Investigators believe this is the same woman who robbed a Wells Fargo Bank in Marietta on June 16. According to an FBI press release, the suspect approached a teller and presented a note that demanded cash. The suspect obtained an undisclosed amount of cash and fled the bank.

Anyone with information in this matter should contact Crime Stoppers Atlanta at 404-577-8477.

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Officers are confident the driver passed out due to drug use, but could only charge the driver for traffic related offenses and not a DUI.

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