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Chicago: FBI raids after ‘pretty big’ bank robbery in North Side

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CHICAGO — The FBI is trying to track down two men who robbed a North Side bank at gunpoint Monday afternoon. A Chicago police supervisor who was dispatched to the scene said the bank’s initial loss was “pretty big,” at $112,000.

The FBI said these two men robbed Huntington Bank at 2920 West Peterson on January 23, 2023. FBI

According to the FBI, two heavily armed men entered Huntington Bank, 2920 West Peterson at 4:40 pm and verbally demanded cash while showing firearms.

The criminal was last seen heading north from the bank with money in a white plastic bag. Witnesses reported the pair left the area in a gray jeep with no license plate.

A police evidence technician processed the bank, including the vault, after the robbery.

According to the FBI, the robber was a lean Hispanic man in his 20s, between 5’9″ and 5’11” tall.

Tips can be shared with agents at 312-421-6700 and tips.fbi.gov.

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