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Capital One’s Forest Hills branch robbed Monday, second time in a month

Aug. 29, 2017 Staff Report

The Forest Hills branch of Capital Bank was robbed Monday, the second time it has been hit in a month, according to police.

The suspect entered the 107-18 71st Avenue branch at about 3pm and passed a note to the teller demanding money. The teller complied and handed the thief about $500 cash.

The suspect, described as a white man about 45-years of age, demanded that the teller give him his note back, according to police. He took the note with the money and fled in an unknown location.

The bank was last robbed on July 21.

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