Woman suspected of two north suburban bank robberies taken into custody

SHARE Woman suspected of two north suburban bank robberies taken into custody
SHARE Woman suspected of two north suburban bank robberies taken into custody

A woman suspected of robbing two north suburban banks in the last week has been taken into custody.

The most recent robbery happened at 2:50 p.m. Tuesday at a Chase Bank branch at 975 E. Belvidere Rd. in Grayslake, according to the FBI.

An FBI spokeswoman declined to provide details of the robbery or the arrest.

The woman is also suspected of robbing another Chase Bank branch in Crystal Lake on Saturday morning, according to the FBI.

The woman went into the bank at 1185 S. Route 31 and handed the teller a note demanding cash, authorities said. She did not display a weapon and drove off in a black SUV, possibly a Nissan Rogue.

The suspect was described as a dark-haired white woman in her mid-30s, between 5-foot-4 and 5-foot-7, and between 160 and 200 pounds.

No charges have been filed as of Wednesday afternoon.

Surveillance photo of a woman suspected of robbing a bank in Grayslake. | FBI

Surveillance photo of a woman suspected of robbing a bank in Grayslake. | FBI

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