(KTVU) - Here's the Rap Sheet for Nov. 17, 2015:
FEMALE DUO ROBS BANK: Know these ladies? They robbed a Bank of America in Dublin after handing over a note claiming that they knew where the teller lived, police say.
The holdup happened shortly before 11:30 a.m. at the bank at 7496 Dublin Blvd..
The two women walked into the bank and gave a teller a note that demanded money and stated that they knew who the teller was and where the employee lived, police said. They also said they had associates who were at the teller's home, authorities said.
The teller gave the women an undisclosed amount of money, and they fled in an older model 2002 to 2004 light-colored GMC Yukon XL driven by a man. The SUV was last seen getting onto northbound Interstate 680.
HOW ABOUT THIS PAIR?: Two shady characters made off with a pair of sunglasses from a South San Francisco store, police say.
The two were being helped by an employee at Eyewear Envy Optometry at 951 El Camino Real about 10:20 a.m. Monday when the employee briefly went behind a desk. That's when the two took a pair of Prada sunglasses worth $240 and left, authorities said.
SPOOKY ROBBERS SOUGHT: Brentwood police need the public's help in identifying two men who robbed a bank on Halloween while wearing scary masks.
This heist happened about 10:45 a.m. Oct. 31 at Bank of the West at 4540 Balfour Road. Four to six men came into the bank, hopped over the counter and fled with an undisclosed amount of cash.
They fled in an SUV that was found abandoned. It had been reported stolen out of Antioch.
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