3 banks robbed last Friday afternoon across Chicago

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Surveillance image of the suspect in a robbery Feb. 15 at the Hoyne Savings Bank branch at 4786 N. Milwaukee Ave. | FBI

Federal authorities are investigating a series of bank robberies Feb. 15 across the city.

The first hold-up happened at 2:55 p.m. at the Chase Bank branch at 800 N. Kedzie Ave. in the Humboldt Park neighborhood, according to the FBI. The suspect was described as a white woman in her 30s or 40s with a medium build and a light complexion. She stood between 5 feet and 5-foot-3 and wore a brown coat, black gloves, black sunglasses and a black knit hat.

About the same time, another person robbed the Hoyne Savings Bank at 4786 N. Milwaukee Ave. in Jefferson Park, the FBI said. The suspect was described as a man with a medium build wearing a dark blue coat, a maroon hooded sweatshirt, black-rimmed glasses and a dark-colored knit hat. He carried a black courier bag.

Surveillance image of the suspect in a robbery Feb. 15 at the Hoyne Savings Bank branch at 4786 N. Milwaukee Ave. | FBI

Surveillance image of the suspect in a robbery Feb. 15 at the Hoyne Savings Bank branch at 4786 N. Milwaukee Ave. | FBI

At 3:40 p.m., the woman suspected in the Kedzie robbery held up another Chase branch at 1959 W. Division St. in Ukrainian Village, the FBI said.

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

Surveillance image of the suspect in a robbery Feb. 15 at the Chase Bank branch at 1959 W. Division St. | FBI

Surveillance image of the suspect in a robbery Feb. 15 at the Chase Bank branch at 1959 W. Division St. | FBI

Surveillance image of the suspect in a robbery Feb. 15 at the Chase Bank branch at 1959 W. Division St. | FBI

Surveillance image of the suspect in a robbery Feb. 15 at the Chase Bank branch at 1959 W. Division St. | FBI

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