‘Pink Lady’ bandit suspected in 4th robbery, FBI offering $10,000 for info


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SPARTANBURG, S.C. (WSPA) – A serial bank robber dubbed the Pink Lady Bandit has hit another bank on the East Coast.

The FBI says that’s the 4th bank the woman has robbed in a week. Now the agency is offering $10,000 dollars for information about the Pink Lady Bandit.

Pink Lady Bandit July 20.

She was given the nickname because investigators say in at least 2 robberies she’s carried a distinctive pink handbag.

Detectives say the first robbery happened on Saturday, July 20 in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. The woman showed the teller at Orrstown Bank, on 1 Giant Lane, a note demanding money according to investigators.

A still image from the bank’s surveillance camera shows the woman wearing a striped collared shirt and sporting dark-colored hair.

Pink Lady Bandit July 23.

Investigators say the second robbery took place 3 days later on Tuesday, July 23, in Rehoboth, Delaware. The Pink Lady Bandit once again demanded money from the teller at M&T bank on Camelot Drive.

This time the woman was caught on camera wearing a navy baseball cap, white tank top and yoga pants.

The next day on Wednesday, July 24, federal investigators say she traveled to Ayden, North Carolina, where she robbed the Southern Bank on West 3rd Street.

Pink Lady Bandit July 24.

The Pink Lady Bandit was seen wearing a dark-colored tank top, a navy baseball cap, and yoga pants.

Investigators say the last robbery happened on Friday, July 26, in Hamlet, North Carolina. The woman was caught on camera robbing the BB&T on Raleigh Street.

Pink Lady Bandit July 26.

In a still image, she appears to have light-colored hair.

Investigators believe the Pink Lady Bandit is between 5’2 – 5’4, weighing 130 pounds and could be either Hispanic or Caucasian.

Anyone with information is asked to call their local FBI Office or submit a tip to tips.fbi.gov.

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