Daytona Beach Police are searching for a woman who robbed a local bank Saturday morning. The woman appears in police-supplied bank surveillance photos to be a black female, wearing a dark-colored, long-sleeved, pull-over shirt and a dark-colored hat, along with large, brown sunglasses. She also may have been wearing dark pants or a knee-length skirt. The woman entered the TD Bank at 1060 West International Speedway Boulevard at around 9:30 Saturday morning, according to Daytona Beach Police spokesperson Sergeant John Creamer. He says the woman then presented a note to a teller and “…implied she had a weapon.” Police say she then took money from the teller and left the bank in an unknown direction. Sergeant Creamer notes that no one was hurt in the hold-up.
Search conducted for suspect
Daytona Beach Police units were on the scene shortly afterwards searching for the suspect in area neighborhoods and at a local college nearby. Sergeant Creamer says the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office helicopter, along with deputies with K-9 units, also assisted in the search for the suspect. Daytona Beach Police did not say in their press release how much cash was taken in the robbery, or if the amount taken was known yet. Daytona Beach Police Detectives have been at the bank gathering evidence and photos from the crime scene Saturday morning.
If you have information about the suspect or the robbery, you can call Daytona Beach Police Detective David Dinardi at 386-671-5219 or email DinardiD@dbpd.us Sergeant Creamer says tips can also be called into CrimeStoppers of Volusia County at 1-888-277-TIPS (8477).
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