Two robbers dressed up in nun costumes stored up some sort of suburban Chicago lender in a brazen daytime heist in the scene instantly of your bank-job movie "The Town."
The diagnosed robbers, regarded as a male and also woman, knocked over the TCF bank with Palos Heights, Ill., Sunday just before your budget appeared to be set to help near with 1:58 p.m.
Both suspects were brandishing handguns, said Cynthia Yates, spokeswoman for the FBI field workplace with Chicago.
The robbers rushed into your bank, leaped which are non-prescription plus obtained a couple of employees, a teller along with this branch manager, to be able to enter into a Nike duffel carrier along with bundles regarding cash ingested with the vault.
Yates detailed the particular stickup because your "takeover-style" heist, throughout which will "the people arrived in and also went on above this bank, educating tellers to accomplish what your state or even often be harmed."
The suspects indicated their own weaponry at the lending company employees, but very little pictures were fired along with nobody seemed to be injured.
The two suspects were each attired around charcoal sweat leg protection in addition to sweatshirts and also wore nuns' practices plus identical ghoulish rubberized masks, with smaller slits intended for eyes.
Police could not express how much money appeared to be taken.
The attires were impossible to tell apart to the people used by way of a team connected with stickup adult males in this the new year thriller "The Town," directed and also starring Ben Affleck.
One suspect will be referred to as a 5-foot-9 male taking a new revolver. The various other suppose is described as some sort of 5-foot-5 woman whom brandished a new semiautomatic handgun.
As a end result in the weighty rubberized masks, habbits and gloves, there seemed to be some misunderstandings about the suspects' race. Investigators to begin with explained these people were being white, but subsequently claimed these were black.
According to the FBI's bandittracker website, there have been 34 commercial lender robberies while in the Chicagoland spot the following year, tracking by using last year's 173 full heists.
That identical TCF branch has been robbed no less than five times within the latest years, explained Dave Delaney, Palos Heights Police spokesman. He said detectives experienced some leads however "nothing definite."
The a couple suspects aren't the first robbers in whose costume choice seemed to be inspired with the movies. In July 2010, a person dressed up as Darth Vader as well as having your handgun travelled in to a Long Island Chase branch and conned the actual bank.