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Still No Arrests in Sunnyside Bank Robbery

Photo: NYPD

Jan. 2, 2011 Staff Report

Despite providing the public with a clear photo, the police have yet to make an arrest of the man who robbed the Chase Bank at Queens Blvd in Sunnyside.

On Monday, December 20, 2010 at approximately 11:00 am the pictured man allegedly entered the Chase Bank located at 47-11 Queens Boulevard, approached a teller armed with a handgun in his waist band and passed a demand note. The teller complied with his demands.

As of January 1, 2011, a spokeswoman for the NYPD said the department had yet to make an arrest and “the investigation is still ongoing.”

The police is still seeking help from the public.

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This is what happen’s when a bank robber is “caucasian” decent does something illegal…. On the other hand if it were a “hispanic” or “african american” wearing a mask is apprehended within day’s or week’s…..GOD BLESS AMERICA!!!


How the police putting posters of this guy so if someone should see him they can dial 911 and get this guy off the streets. thier are no posters on the streets unless the publlic is missing them. I am not a police officers but the more eyes on this guy the better. Just my suggstion


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