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‘Pink Lady Bandit’ bank robber is wanted by the FBI after she hit four banks along East Coast

‘Pink Lady Bandit’ bank robber is wanted by the FBI after she hit four banks along East Coast

  • FBI Charlotte said on Saturday that the woman, whose identity is unknown, had struck a fourth bank in North Carolina and is offering a $10,000 reward 
  • The woman is nicknamed the Pink Lady Bandit because of the pink handbag she carried during two of the robberies committed over the past eight days 
  • She is described as a white or Hispanic woman,  5″2 and weighing around 130lbs 

A serial bank robber known as the Pink Lady Bandit who is said to have hit four banks and three states along the East Coast is being hunted by the FBI.

FBI Charlotte said on Saturday that the woman, whose identity is unknown, had struck a fourth bank in North Carolina and is offering a $10,000 reward for information lead to her arrest.  

The woman is nicknamed the Pink Lady Bandit because of the signature pink handbag she carried during two of the robberies committed over the past eight days, according to the FBI. 

Pink Lady Bandit

FBI Charlotte said on Saturday that the woman, whose identity is unknown, had struck a fourth bank in North Carolina and is offering a $10,000 reward for information lead to her arrest

The woman is nicknamed the Pink Lady Bandit because of the signature pink handbag she carried during two of the robberies committed over the past eight days, according to the FBI

The woman is nicknamed the Pink Lady Bandit because of the signature pink handbag she carried during two of the robberies committed over the past eight days, according to the FBI

She is described as a white or Hispanic woman, roughly 5″2 and weighing around 130lbs.  FBI officials said in two of the robberies she wore yoga pants, tank tops, a navy baseball hat, and her distinctive pink handbag.

He first robbery took place at Orrstown Bank in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, on July 20.

Her next stop was across state lines to hit the M&T Bank in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, on July 23. A day later, she crossed state lines again and robbed the Southern Bank in Ayden, North Carolina.

He first robbery took place at Orrstown Bank in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, on July 20

He first robbery took place at Orrstown Bank in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, on July 20

Her next stop was across state lines to hit the M&T Bank in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, on July 23. A day later, she crossed state lines again and robbed the Southern Bank in Ayden, North Carolina

Her next stop was across state lines to hit the M&T Bank in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, on July 23. A day later, she crossed state lines again and robbed the Southern Bank in Ayden, North Carolina

In her latest robbery, the FBI said she stayed in North Carolina and held up BB&T bank in Hamlet, roughly a three-hour drive from Ayden – and an hour and a half away from Charlotte.

In each robbery, she simply showed the teller a note that demanded money.

Anyone with information about these robberies is asked to contact their local FBI Office or the nearest American Embassy or Consulate. Tips can also be submitted at tips.fbi.gov.

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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