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Man Robs Chase Bank in Ridgewood, Makes Off With $4,800 Cash: NYPD

The Chase Bank at 60-67 Myrtle Ave. was robbed Tuesday (Google Maps)

April 6, 2021 By Michael Dorgan

The police are searching for a man who robbed the Chase Bank branch in Ridgewood this morning.

The suspect allegedly entered the 60-67 Myrtle Ave. bank at around 11:25 a.m. and stole $4,800 cash, according to police.

It is unclear how the thief carried out the robbery although police said he was unarmed.

Suspect (DCPI)

The suspect fled the bank on foot in an unknown direction, police said.

Police describe the suspect as being white and aged in his 30s. He was last seen wearing all black-colored clothes and a mask.

The NYPD said that there were no reported injuries as a result of the robbery.

The police did not provide any further details in relation to the incident.


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