US Bank – 11/29/17 – Columbus

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Robbery Date/Time: 11/29/17 4:04 pm
Location: US Bank (Inside Kroger)
Address: 1585 Georgesville Square Drive
City: Columbus
State: OH
Zip: 43228
Lead Investigator/Agency: Det. George Bragalone / Columbus PD
Phone Number: 614-645-4665

On 11-29-2017, at approximately 4:04 PM, two suspects entered the Kroger’s located at 1585 Georgesville Square Drive. The male and female suspect got in line at the US Bank located in the store. The suspects were being helped by separate tellers. Both suspects passed notes stating they were robbing the bank. No weapon was seen or implied. The tellers opened their drawers and handed the suspects money. The suspects placed the money in their pockets and exited the store. A witness saw the suspects enter an older model tan Rendezvous type vehicle that was parked in the middle of the parking lot. A getaway driver was waiting for them. The first suspect was a male black, 20-30, lite skin, 5’3”-5’5”, thin, beard, wearing a red zipper fleece jacket, black and yellow stocking cap, and sunglasses. The second suspect was a female black, 5’7”, thin, late 20’s, wearing a brown puffy coat with fur on the collar, black handbag, sunglasses, and piercing on the cheek. The getaway driver was a male white, thin brown hair, and beard. Update – one of the two robbers has been identified as Blair Motley.

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