Update, Oct. 14, 5:13p.m.: Police have released surveillance images of the suspects in the Wednesday robbery at an Old Georgetown Road Bank of America. Police are continuing to investigate the crime and are asking anyone with more information to contact them.
Crime Solvers of Montgomery County is offering a cash reward up to $1,000 for information that leads to an arrest in the case. Tipsters who wish to remain anonymous and qualify for the reward can call 1-866-411-TIPS (8477). Those with information about the crime can also call the police’s major crimes division, robbery section at 240-773-5103.
Original post, Oct. 12: Police are searching for two suspects — a man and a woman — who they say robbed a on Old Georgetown Road in Bethesda Wednesday.
The robbery happened at the Bank of America at 10400 Old Georgetown Road around 5:08 Wednesday evening, according to a Montgomery County police press release. The two suspects entered the bank, and the man presented a note to a teller, implied he had a weapon and demanded money, police said.
After stealing cash, the two fled on foot.
Police are describing the man as African-American, about five feet, two inches tall and 145 pounds and about 20 years old. He was wearing a white T-shirt. The woman, according to police, is an African-American female, about five feet tall and 160 pounds, and also about 20 years old. The woman was wearing a scarf over her head.