The police department of San Francisco reports a credit union on San Francisco’s Market Street was robbed last Friday, got robbed again on Tuesday.

Police said that in the first robbery, which took place on Friday at around 4.30 p.m., the suspect approached the teller and handed him a note demanding money. The teller gave the suspect the money and the person fled west on the Market Street. The second robbery was reported on Tuesday at around 9.45 a.m. The suspect went to the credit union and tried to open an account.


According to a San Francisco spokeswoman Grace Gatpandan, the suspect then verbally threatened the bank teller and demanded money. The teller gave the suspect money and the person walked out of the bank with the cash.
Gatpandan also said that the officers are trying to identify the suspects in both the cases, and have not yet announced if same person might have committed the two robberies. Details are definitely nebulous due to some reports identify a culpable woman, while others say it’s a man.

We will update post once video or audio is available.