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

Cops know what’s on this thief’s pockets.

A Queens bandit walked right into a Capital One financial institution in Sunnyside and walked out with $2,500, police stated.

The suspect, described as a light-skinned male, clad in black sweater and black hat, entered 40-20 Queens Blvd. shortly earlier than 9:40 a.m. Saturday, handed a word to a teller and demanded cash, the NYPD stated.

The teller handed over the dough, police stated.

Learn the chilling word: “THIS IS A BANK ROBBERY. I HAVE A GUN. NO ALARM – OR I WILL SHOOT. NO DYE PACK — OR I WILL SHOOT. Give ME 100 greenback BILLS and 50 doLLAR BiLLS. I HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE.”

Police investigate the scene after the robbery in Queens.
Police examine the scene after the theft in Queens.
BRIGITTE STELZER
Investigators outside of the bank
The theft occurred at a Capital One financial institution in Queens.
BRIGITTE STELZER

The bandit, who didn’t show a weapon, then fled the financial institution with out additional incident, cops stated. Nobody was injured.

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