Thursday, June 4, 2009

Bank Customer Robbed In Heights

A store employee making a deposit was robbed while waiting in line at a bank in Harker Heights Monday.
A black male wearing a maroon hooded sweatshirt robbed a Dollar General employee while the woman waited behind another vehicle in the commercial drive-through line to make a deposit at 12:30 p.m., said Lt. Glenn Borkowicz, a Harker Heights detective.

The robber walked up to the vehicle and pointed a black handgun at the back of the woman's head.

The robber escaped in the direction of southbound Farm-to-Market 2410 with a money bag carrying $4,618.85.

The robbery happened while a person was making a deposit in front of the victim and other people in other teller lines.

Borkowicz said in 30 years in law enforcement he has not seen a robber in the middle of the day walk up to a drive-through line with witnesses around and rob someone. Source: Killeen Daily Herald

Never underestimate the brazen criminality of some crooks.

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