Henderson bank robbed Thursday morning and police are trying to identify the three suspects who robbed the Citibank branch Thursday morning in Henderson, Nevada.
The robbery occurred at approximately 10:50 am when the suspects entered the bank, located on green valley parkway.
Two of the three suspects jumped over a counter and a third suspect stood in the middle of the bank announcing that it was a robbery.
According to My News 3, the two suspects that had jumped over the counter were in the tellers area and they took an undisclosed amount of cash from one of the tellers draws.
After the robbery, all of the suspects then fled the bank.
The suspects were seen driving behind the shopping complex and the getaway car that they used was later found abandoned behind a grocery store in the same shopping complex.
Fortunately no weapons were brandished during the robbery and no one was hurt although it was a scary experience for those customers and employees in the bank.
Even if no weapons are shown during a bank robbery, it does not mean that the suspects are not armed.
The suspects are described as three black males and all three suspects were wearing nylons over their heads and faces. The three, as of yet unidentified suspects, all wore dark pants, blue work shirts and wore gloves.
The banks surveillance camera captured photos of the suspects.
Fortunately most bank robbers are eventually caught.
According to Bankers Online,
Very few bank robbers use their ill gotten loot to pay bills or mortgage payments or medical expenses. The simple matter of fact is that most bank robbers – over 75% according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, which keeps tabs on this sort of thing – rob banks to get money for drugs. The rest are most likely planning to live high-on-the-hog for a short time until the next bank robbery.
Anyone with information related to the Henderson bank robbery is urged to please contact the Henderson Police Department at (702) 267 -4750 or, if you wish to remain anonymous, please contact crime stoppers at (702) 385 – 5555 or visit crimestoppersofnv.com.