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Same Bank In Thousand Oaks Robbed Twice In Four Days

Photo credit: Thousand Oaks Police Department
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The FBI and local authorities are searching Sunday for suspects wanted in connection with two separate robbery incidents within four days of each other at the same Thousand Oaks bank. Chase Bank at 148 W. Hillcrest Drive was robbed first on May 4 and again on May 7, according to the Thousand Oaks Police Department, reports CBS Local.Police said in both cases, no weapons were seen, and the suspects used a demand note. No injuries were reported in either robbery. Suspects fled with an "undisclosed" amount of money, according to police, reports CBS Local. "Authorities believe two different suspects were responsible for each robbery."

Got bank robbers? Contact Detective Jon Smith at (805) 494-8201, or Special Agent Pat Conley of the FBI at (310) 477-6565 with information.