U.S. Bank branch robbed in North Center

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Surveillance images of the woman suspected of robbing the U.S. Bank branch at 4037 N. Lincoln in North Center Saturday morning. | FBI

A woman robbed a bank Saturday morning in the North Center neighborhood on the North Side.

The non-takeover robbery happened at 10:38 a.m. at the U.S. Bank branch at 4037 N. Lincoln, according to FBI spokesman Garrett Croon. No weapon was shown.

The suspect was described as a 5-foot-5 black woman in her mid 30s with a stocky build, the FBI said. She was wearing a black scarf, dark sunglasses, a black knit hat and a red long-sleeved shirt.

Anyone with information about the robbery is asked to call the FBI’s Chicago office at (312) 421-6700.

Surveillance image of the woman suspected of robbing the U.S. Bank branch at 4037 N. Lincoln in North Center Saturday morning. | FBI

Surveillance image of the woman suspected of robbing the U.S. Bank branch at 4037 N. Lincoln in North Center Saturday morning. | FBI

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