Nuns on the run after attempted armed robbery at bank in Pennsylvania
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7 September 2017
Police are hunting two NUNS after an attempted bank robbery .
Two armed women stormed into a branch of the Citizens Bank in Tannersville, Pennsylvania, around midday on Monday dressed in nuns' habits.
One suspect, who appeared to be carrying a black handgun, demanded money from the teller while the other waited by the door, police said.
They fled empty handed and are now being hunted by the FBI.
The suspects are described as two Hispanic females, both approximately 5’-5’2” tall and of medium build.
Each woman was wearing a black nun’s habit and veil, with a white wimple covering her hair and part of her face.
One woman also had on dark sunglasses.
Both are considered armed and dangerous.