A Tolleson mother of four is arrested for a bank robbery in Goodyear and may be linked to another.
Goodyear police report that on March 20 at about noon, 29-year-old Flor Lizette Luna entered a Wells Fargo Bank inside the Safeway store at 141st Avenue and Indian School Road.
Police say she gave the teller a note written in pink saying, "someone had a gun pointed at the teller and would use it if she didn't comply."
After getting the money, she reportedly left in a Gold colored Nissan Pathfinder. Police responding to the silent alarm, spotted the Pathfinder a few miles away and stopped Luna at McDowell and Litchfield Roads where she was arrested.
Bank employees identified Luna as the bank robber. Luna reportedly told police that she left her four children with her boyfriend and family members and was on the way to a doctor's appointment.
Police say they found a brown wig and a "Saints baseball hat" in the Pathfinder, which was consistent with descriptions given by bank employees.
The FBI robbery task force is reportedly also investigating Luna in another robbery.
Luna has been charged with robbery.