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Bank Robbery at Pioneer National Bank

At 1:45 p.m. on Monday, July 24, 2000, the Pioneer National Bank, 1600 Miller Trunk Hwy., reported being robbed by a lone female. The female was described as tall and slender wearing a black full-length coat. She fled on foot with an undisclosed ...

At 1:45 p.m. on Monday, July 24, 2000, the Pioneer National Bank, 1600 Miller Trunk Hwy., reported being robbed by a lone female. The female was described as tall and slender wearing a black full-length coat. She fled on foot with an undisclosed amount of cash. Although the female threatened the use of a firearm, no gun was seen. No one at the bank was physically injured.
Shortly thereafter, a woman was taken into custody by officers of the Duluth Police Department without incident in the vicinity of Sixth Avenue East and Fifth Street. The suspect is a 21 year old Duluth woman and is currently in custody at the St. Louis County Jail.
Duluth police and agents of the FBI are currently investigating, collecting evidence, and preparing reports which will be submitted for a formal charging decision by the U.S. Attorney within the next two days. Police are not confirming the suspect's identification pending that charging decision.

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