50¢• VOL. 107, NO. 17 NOVEMBER 26 - DECEMBER 2, 2015 TIMESNEWSWEEKLY.COM Since 1908 PURR-FECT RESCUES 104th Precinct saves lives on busy weekend See page 3 Font: Engravers Old English Normal HEARING IN MASPETH ON PRINCIPE PARK FIX RIDGEWOOD STUDENTS WORK ON PARK APPS Robber grabs big bucks during heist at a bank in Ridgewood A note-carrying crook made off with over $2,000 in a bank robbery in Ridgewood late Monday afternoon, Of cers from the 104th Precinct responded to a call of a robbery from the Capital One Bank located at 70-01 Forest Ave. at around 3:30 p.m. on Monday afternoon. According to police, the suspect — described as a white male, standing about 5 feet 11 inches tall — entered the bank and handed the 38-year-old female employee a note demanding cash and speci cally stating he did not want a dye pack. Authorities said the employee complied $2,200 in cash to the suspect, who then ed northbound along Forest Avenue on foot, police said. The robber was last seen wearing a light green jacket, black pants and black sneakers. No injuries were reported, and an investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information regarding Crime Stoppers at 800-577-TIPS, visit their website or send a text message to 274637 (CRIMES), then enter TIP577. All calls and messages will be kept con dential. HOLIDAY MARKET OPENING AT ATLAS PARK NYC's Largest Real Estate Section By ANTHONY GIUDICE email@example.com @A_GiudiceReport police reported. with the note and handed over this robbery is asked to call GLENDALE BAKERY OFFERS TROPICAL TASTE 4 6 20 23 Photo via Twitter/@NYPD104Pct P.O. Lewis of the 104th Precinct comes to the rescue of a cat after a Glendale house re, third life saved of the weekend.
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