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Tips Sought To Identify Woman Who Robbed Genisys Credit Union

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(credit: Oakland County Sheriff's Office)

(credit: Oakland County Sheriff’s Office)

PONTIAC (WWJ) – Oakland County Sheriff deputies are looking for a woman who robbed a Pontiac credit union.

Investigators say she walked into the Genisys Credit Union on Woodward Ave., gave a note to a teller demanding all of the money, and implied she had a gun.

The robber made off with nearly $3,000, authorities said, fleeing on foot, heading south. A K9  unit was able to track her across Martin Luther King Blvd. for some distance until the scent was lost in a parking lot where it is believed she entered a vehicle.

Sheriff’s officials said a red dye pack exploded as the suspect left the credit union. One $50 dollar bill with dye on it was recovered on the ground.

The suspect — whose image was captured on several security camera — is described as a black female about 40 years old. She had dark hair with blonde highlights.

The FBI has joined in the investigation.

Anyone who can identify the woman in the photos or who has any information about this crime is asked to call the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office at 248-858-4911 or the Detroit office of the FBI at 313-965-2323.

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