Queens bank thief makes off with $2,500 after passing a bill

Cops know what’s in this thief’s wallet.

A Queens bandit entered a Capital One bank in Sunnyside and walked out with $2,500, police said.

The suspect, described as a Caucasian male dressed in a black sweater and black hat, entered 40-20 Queens Blvd. just before 9:40 a.m. Saturday, passed a note to a cashier demanding money, the NYPD said.

The cashier handed over the dough, police said.

Read the chilling note: “THIS IS A BANK ROBBERY. I HAVE A GUN. NO ALARM – OR I’LL SHOOT. NO PAINT PACK – OR I SHOOT. Give me $100 bills and $50 bills. I HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE.”

Police are investigating the scene after the Queens robbery.
Police are investigating the scene after the Queens robbery.
Brigitte Stelzer
Investigators outside the bank
The robbery happened at a Capital One bank in Queens.
Brigitte Stelzer

The bandit, who did not show a weapon, then fled the bank without further incident, police officers said. Nobody was injured.

https://nypost.com/2022/05/28/queens-bank-thief-makes-off-with-2500-after-passing-note/ Queens bank thief makes off with $2,500 after passing a bill

JACLYN DIAZ

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