HAMILTON, NJ (CBS) – Police in New Jersey are investigating a series of bank robberies within a 24 hour time span, allegedly committed by an elderly woman.
Hamilton police say they spoke with a bank employee who advised the officers that a white female entered the bank at which time the suspect approached a bank teller and handed a note to the employee demanding money.READ MORE: President Biden Arrives In Lehigh County, To Visit Mack Trucks In Lower Macungie
She received an unknown amount of money before fleeing.
Eyewitnesses say the woman was not armed, and so far no injuries have been reported.
Officials released several images of the suspect after a T.D Bank on Whitehorse-Hamilton Square road was robbed at about 6:30 p.m. on Friday.READ MORE: 5 Things We 'Think' We Know As Philadelphia Eagles Hold First Training Camp Practice Of Nick Sirianni Era
Police say she is believed to be 60-70 years old, 5’6″ in height and has blonde hair.
In another similar robbery, the suspect robbed a TD Bank at 3470 Quakerbridge Road at about 9 a.m. Saturday.
In all robberies, the woman handed the teller a note demanding money, and reportedly had no weapon present.MORE NEWS: Former Atlantic County Child Protective Services Worker Kayan Frazier Sentenced For Child Porn
Anyone with any information regarding this incident is asked to contact Detective Matthew Donovan or Detective Frank Burger of the Hamilton Police Division’s Criminal Investigations Section at 609-581-4030 or 609-581-4010.