REPORT: Female Robber Claims She Was “Forced” To Rob Burien Bank
According to our friends at KING5.com, on Wednesday (April 28), a female bank robber claimed she was being “forced” to rob the Sterling Savings Bank at 224 SW 152nd in Burien.
King County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Sgt. John Urquhart told KING that the female robber told the bank teller that she was being forced to do it, otherwise “he” would make her rob another bank if she didn’t get the money.
No weapon was seen, and only a note was passed to the teller. It’s still unknown how much money she got.
The robber is described as a white female, around 40-years old, 5’5″ tall, with a medium build and wearing a knit cap. She apparently also had bruises around her mouth and face.
Read KING5′s full story here.