Clever Suspects Attempt to Rob Bank Dressed as Nuns


Robbing a bank is wrong, and most people who attempt to do it are either really dumb, or don’t care who they have to kill in the process. I must say though, this is a moderately clever plan.

The Pocono Township Police Department and FBI are currently searching for two women who dressed up as nuns on Monday, and attempted to rob a Citizens Bank at 2748 Route 611 in Tannersville, Monroe County, Pennsylvania.

Fox News reports:

Police say one woman approached the counter, while the other stayed by the door. According to investigators, one woman then displayed a black handgun and demanded money from a teller. They fled the bank empty-handed.

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The suspects are described as two Hispanic females, both approximately 5’-5’2” tall and of medium build. Each woman was wearing a black nun’s habit and veil, with a white wimple covering her hair and part of her face. One woman also had on dark sunglasses.

The women are considered dangerous, so do not approach them. However, if you see them or have any information on them, the FBI is urging you to call 215-418-4000.

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