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Bank Robbery at 300 Broadway, Millbrae, California

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Bank Robbery at 300 Broadway, Millbrae, California

Bank Robbery at 300 Broadway, Millbrae, California. The suspect was Light skinned male adult, wearing a long dark wig, a medical mask, sunglasses, dark color pants and a dark colored button up shirt. Monday August 26, 2019, at 2:22 PM, a light skinned male adult, walked into the California Bank and Trust and showed a note to the bank teller. 

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The note demanded money, so the bank teller handed the suspect an undisclosed amount of cash and fled the scene in a blue four door sedan that had a stolen license plate. The investigation is still ongoing and investigators are working with the bank to collect further information and evidence from the scene. 

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Bank Robbery at 300 Broadway, Millbrae, California

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