PNC Bank branch robbed in Naperville

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Officers responding to a bank robbery Thursday afternoon in Naperville | Jaime Wiesenfeld

A non-takeover bank robbery was reported Thursday afternoon in west suburban Naperville.

It happened at the PNC Bank branch at 9 E. Ogden Ave., according to FBI spokesman Garrett Croon.

The FBI believes the suspect is also responsible for a Nov. 21 bank robbery at a Fifth Third Bank branch at 2998 Odgen Ave. in Aurora.

FBI agents were on their way to the scene. Additional details weren’t immediately available.

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