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Man Robs HSBC Bank in Jackson Heights: NYPD


June 15, 2018 By Christian Murray

The HSBC bank branch on 37th Avenue was robbed this afternoon, according to police.

The perpetrator entered the bank, located at 76-27 37th Ave., at around 1:15 p.m. and held up a sign to a teller demanding money.

The sign read something to the effect of: “Give me all the money in your box,” police said.

The teller told police that the suspect appeared to be carrying a gun, although she was not certain.

The suspect fled with an unknown amount of cash, police said.

The suspect is described as Hispanic, about 5 feet 11 inches tall and in his 40s.

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Richie V The Rabid Activist

Crime is creeping Up

Time to Smash
these Bugs

Unite around your
NCOs of the 115th

Call 311

Call the 115th

Suppirt our NCOs

Captain Obvious

yeah – the description of the suspect is about half the population in Jackson Heights


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