Police seek public’s help in finding suspect in credit union robbery

Posted at 10:10 PM, Apr 28, 2014

TAYLORSVILLE -- Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a woman who robbed a Taylorsville credit union twice in the same month.

At approximately 10:07 a.m. Unified Police Department received a call from Deseret Federal First Credit Union, 4645, S. 2700 West, on a report of a robbery.

Police say a Polynesian woman entered the building and presented the teller with a note, which indicated that she wanted money and also threatened the clerk.

After the suspect received an undisclosed amount of money she fled on foot. Police say the suspect did not display or threaten any weapons and no one was injured during the robbery.

Officers searched the area extensively but were unable to locate the suspect.

Police believe this is the same suspect who committed a similar robbery at the same credit union on April 7.

Anyone with information on the suspect is asked to contact Unified Police at 385-468-9814.