Tel Aviv bank in Kikar Hamedina robbed of NIS 20,000

By JPOST.COM STAFF
February 19, 2015 13:10

 
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A branch of Discount Bank in Tel Aviv was robbed Thursday after a suspected robber gave a note to the teller simply saying "This is a robbery," Israel Police reported.

The teller proceeded to hand over NIS 20,000 and the suspect ran away from the scene at the city's upscale Kikar Hamedina.

Police are currently searching for the suspect.

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