Police say the suspect told a teller she had an explosive device.
Photographer: Courtesy: Peoria Police Department
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PEORIA, AZ - Authorities in Peoria are looking for a woman who robbed a Wells Fargo Bank branch after claiming to have an explosive device.
Peoria police say a woman entered the bank about 2 p.m. Nov. 21 and demanded a bank employee give her money.
They say the suspect then fled the scene on foot.
Police are encouraging anyone with information about the suspect to contact authorities. Tipsters could be eligible for up to $1,000 in reward money.
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