Female Bank Robber Hits Metro Atlanta Banks Again
ATLANTA—David J. LeValley, special agent in charge (SAC), FBI Atlanta Field Office, requests the public’s assistance in identifying and locating the individual responsible for a series of recent bank robberies as well as a bank robbery attempt.
On November 03, 2017, at approximately 10:30 a.m., a black female entered the Georgia’s Own Credit Union, located at 2437 Loganville Highway, Grayson, Georgia. The female announced a robbery via a demand note to the victim teller. After obtaining an undisclosed amount of money, the individuals departed the bank without further incident.
Later in the afternoon, November 03, 2017, at approximately 12:44 p.m., a black female along with a black male, entered the Bank of the Ozarks, located at 9001 Hospital Drive, Douglasville, Georgia. Both individuals approached the teller counter and advised that they had an explosive device and would detonate it if they did not give them the money. After obtaining an undisclosed amount of money, both individuals departed the bank without further incident. The male suspect was dressed in all black and was wearing a sweatshirt with AMSC Trailblazer printed on the front. The female suspect was wearing all black, black sunglasses, and a black wool cap.
Witnesses described the robbers’ vehicle as being either a white Ford minivan with cement or gray paint on the side or a white Chevrolet Suburban.
On Monday, October 30, 2017, at approximately 10:00 a.m., a lone black female attempted to rob the Wells Fargo bank, located at 6063 Memorial Drive, Stone Mountain, Georgia. The robber displayed to the victim teller a demand note that was on her cell phone. When the robber was denied the money, she left the bank without further incident.
On the same date, Monday, October 30, 2017, at approximately 11:00 a.m., the same individual entered the Associated Credit Union, located at 5032 Old Grant Road, Ellenwood, Georgia, and again demanded money via demand note. The robber further threatened having an explosive device. This time the robber was provided an undisclosed amount of money. The robber then departed the bank without further incident.
The female robber is described as being a black female, late 20’s to mid 30’s in age, approximately 5’7” in height, slender build, long black hair, wearing a black coat, black wool cap, black sunglasses, black gloves, black boots, and a dark colored messenger bag.
The vehicle associated with the Monday, Oct. 30th robberies was recovered by law enforcement late Thursday night, November 2nd, at Dekalb County, Georgia and had been previously reported as stolen to the Stone Mountain Police Department.
Anyone with information regarding these individuals should contact Crime Stoppers Atlanta at tel. (404) 577-8477.