HAMILTON, NJ (CBS) – Authorities have arrested the woman they believe is responsible for back-to-back bank robberies in New Jersey.

Hamilton Police along with the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Hamilton Field Office have identified the suspect as 42-year-old Josephine Sari of Chesterfield, NJ.

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Police believe Sari is responsible for robbing two banks within a 24 hour time span. One on Friday, May 13, 2016 and another on Saturday, May 14, 2016 at the TD Banks located at 1130 Whitehorse-Hamilton Square Road and 3470 Quakerbridge Road.

After speaking with a bank employee, officials found that an unarmed white female entered the bank and handed a note to the employee demanding money. She received an unknown amount of money before fleeing.

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Officials released several images of the suspect, which originally led them to believe the suspect was 60-70 years old, 5’6″ in height with blonde hair.

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Sari has been charged with robbery and other related offenses and held on $200,000 full bail.