PNC Bank – 9/18/17 – Columbus

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Robbery Date/Time: 9/18/17 3:23 pm
Location: PNC Bank
Address: 2060 Lockbourne Road
City: Columbus
State: OH
Zip: 43207
Lead Investigator/Agency: Det. Brett Laird / Columbus PD
Phone Number: 614-645-4665
Email: blaird@columbuspolice.org
Description:

On September 18, 2017 at 3.23pm, a female suspect walked into the PNC Bank located at 2060 Lockbourne Road in Columbus and proceeded to the teller window.  The teller asked the suspect to take off her sunglasses and ball cap.  The suspect refused and presented a demand note to the teller. The suspect received cash and fled on foot. The suspect attempted to leave using the emergency exit and couldn’t get the door unlocked, so she exited the front door and fled the bank, discarding her jacket, ball cap, and sunglasses. The robber was described as a white female, approximately 5’6, 130lbs, 20-22 years old, wearing a black hoodie jacket, a Budweiser ball cap, black sunglasses, black pants, and black boots. Update – the robber has been identified as Jilian Conforti.

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