SALT LAKE CITY — Practice makes perfect?
Police in Utah are searching for a woman who attempted to knock over six banks around Salt Lake City in the span of just 24 hours.
Cops say the woman, who was described as white and in her late 20s or early 30s, first struck Friday afternoon at a Chase Bank in West Valley where she handed a teller a note demanding cash and walked out with an undisclosed amount of money.
She turned up again on Saturday morning at a Chase in Salt Lake City where she also handed over a note but “got spooked and left” before collecting any cash, the Salt Lake Tribune reported.
The woman then went to a Wells Fargo branch in Holladay where she passed over a note and walked out with case. She followed by hitting the University Federal Credit Union in Cottonwood Heights.
She then struck again at two banks in quick succession in Sandy — Wells Fargo and the Deseret First Credit Union.
Police say the woman stands about 5-foot-5 and has a medium build. During the robberies she wore her brown hair pulled up in a bun and was wearing black glasses, a blue bandana on her head, a dark shirt and pajama bottoms.
Some police reports stated that she appeared to have a mole under her right eye.