A black woman is responsible for multiple bank robberies throughout the month of June across Georgia, and the police departments in Atlanta, Marietta, and Sandy Springs are hunting down the lady suspect.
The black woman entered a Wells Fargo Bank located at 602 Roswell Street in Marietta, Georgia on June 16, a Friday, at 3:25 p.m. She approached a teller and then presented a teller note and announced a robbery. After getting an undisclosed amount of money, the female robber left the bank without incident. It was not clear if she were armed at that time, and what weapon she used if she were carrying a firearm.
Another bank robbery incident happened 10 days after, on June 26 at the PNC Bank, located at 5640 Roswell Road, Sandy Springs, Georgia, a Monday at 4:26 p.m. The robbery is believed to be perpetuated by the same female black suspect from the previous incident in Marietta, Georgia. She did the same process- approaching the teller, presenting a demand note and leaving the bank with an undisclosed amount. It was not clear again if she were armed when she declared the robbery, and if she were alone, or working with accomplices. It is also not clear why the staff and security failed to apprehend the suspect.
The suspect in both robberies is described as a black female, 25 to 35 years old, and with a slender to medium build.
Anyone with any helpful information about the suspect, her identity and whereabouts should contact Crime Stoppers Atlanta at 404-577-8477.