bank robberies San Diego

BANK ROBBED AT GROSSMONT CENTER

 

January 19, 2011 (La Mesa)-- La Mesa Police responded at 9:09 a.m. to a robbery at Bank of the West, 8690 Grossmont Center Drive, La Mesa. The suspect handed a teller a demand note but did not display a weapon.  He stole an undetermined amount of cash and walked out of the bank towards the Target store.  The suspect is described as a black male adult in his thirties, about 5’10” 160 lbs., wearing a black baseball cap, black leather jacket, black shirt, and black pants.  He may have had a goatee and a witness may have seen him driving away in a black sedan.


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KNIFE-WIELDING ROBBER HOLDS UP BANK IN EL CAJON

 

May 25, 2010 (El Cajon) Chase Bank at 966 North Johnson in El Cajon was robbed at 9:45 this morning by a man who went behind the bank counter and contronted an employee with a knife, demanding cash.


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POWAY WOMAN ARRESTED FOR ROBBING BANKS

 

December 30, 2009 (Poway) – Roxanne Pennock, 37, was arrested near her Poway resident today for suspected armed robbery of two local banks. The first occurred at the San Diego National Bank (Community Road & Poway Road) on September 30th. The second robbery occurred at the US Bank (Scripps Poway Parkway & Pomerado Road) on October 13th.

 


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