Dublin Police are searching for two women they say robbed the Bank of America on Dublin Boulevard at Amador Plaza Road Monday.
Investigators said the robbery took place at around 11:30 a.m. with the suspects entering the business, demanding money and leveling a personal threat at the teller’s family before leaving with approximately $6,000.
“Two suspects entered the Bank of America, where one suspect handed the bank teller a lengthy note demanding money and it further stated the two suspects also had associates that were at the teller’s residence and the suspects knew who the teller was,” police reported in a prepared released.
No weapons were seen, according to investigators.
Bystanders told police that an older model GMC Yukon XL driven by a male left the parking lot at a high rate of speed. The SUV was last seen getting onto northbound I-680.
Police described the women as “very young,” with one of the women having a red circle or possibly a “lips” tattoo on her face.
Anyone with information on the bank robbery, the SUV or the women, is asked to contact Detective Sergeant Rafael Alvarez at (925) 833-6682 or Detective Aaron Garth at (925) 833-6667.