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Police look for female bank robber
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- San Francisco police are looking for a woman who's gone on a bank robbery spree.
San Francisco police are looking for a woman who's gone on a bank robbery spree.
A surveillance image was taken of the woman from one of the two Bank of America branches the woman robbed at gunpoint last week.
The first was last Monday at a BofA branch on Balboa and 38th, in the Richmond District.
The second was last Friday at a BofA on Diamond Heights Boulevard.
Police say the woman is either white or Latina, in her 30s, 5'3", and 130 pounds.
San Francisco police want to hear from you if she looks familiar.
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