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Man attempts to rob Chase Bank on 31st Street

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Sept. 13, 2016 Staff Report

A man attempted to rob the Chase Bank branch at 22-30 31st Street on Friday, according to police.

The suspect entered the bank at around 4 pm and passed a note to the teller demanding money. The teller did not comply with his demands and the suspect fled the location without any funds.

The individual is described as an adult male Hispanic, mid 30’s, 5’10” tall, weighing 180 lbs., with a medium build, black hair and a goatee. He was last seen wearing a black baseball cap, a tan short sleeve T-shirt, black pants and black shoes.

Anyone with information is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477)

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Tripled

There have been a lot of break-ins along 31st, all businesses. I know of two that were broken in. Lots of junkies and alcoholics lying around on the street now.

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Paris

I saw the genius cops enter the Chase across the street first. Then they were told it was the wrong Chase branch.

What is up? Can’t our cops read an address????

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BUILD THE WALL !!!!!!!!!!

CHECK THE WESTWAY , TSIGONIA PAINTS , HOME DEPOT AND ALL TACO BELLS IN A 30 MILE RADIUS …….

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