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Chase Bank on Woodhaven Blvd robbed, police say

Dec. 19, 2016 Staff Report

The Chase Bank branch located at the intersection of Woodhaven Blvd and Metropolitan Avenue was robbed this afternoon, according to police.

A man entered the 71-04 Woodhaven Blvd branch at about 3:25 pm and handed a demand note to the teller. The teller complied and the man was given an undermined amount of cash, He then then fled the location, police said.

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D Harris

Worked for a bank for many years. Always comply. Especially if the note says they have a gun. You never know if it is true or not & you would not want a hostage situation.

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BOB

DOESN’T THE BANK HAVE HEAVY PLASTIC ON THE COUNTER. HOW CAN THE TELLER GIVE MONEY ! WHAT ABOUT THE ALARM !!

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