Updated on Saturday, Feb. 15: The Federal Bureau of Investigation and Naperville police are investigating a bank robbery that occurred Friday afternoon at the PNC Bank, 9 East Ogden Avenue, according to a media advisory from the FBI.
The robbery occurred around 2:30 .m. when witnesses said a man described as a black male with light complexion entered the bank and implied that he had a weapon but did not display one, according to the media advisory. He was further described as being 6 feet tall, about 30 years old and he wore dark glasses and his head was covered during the robbery.
He demanded cash and then fled from the bank, according to the Daily Herald.
Authorities took a person into custody who they "believed to have carried out the robbery" a short time later, according to the media advisory. Charges are currently pending.
No one was injured in the robbery. Police are releasing no additional information at this time.
The FBI is investigating a bank robbery reported in Naperville Friday afternoon, according to the Daily Herald.
The robbery occurred at the PNC Bank, 9 E. Ogden Ave. in Naperville, around 3 p.m. when a man entered the bank, demanded cash and then fled from the bank, according to the Daily Herald.
The FBI is also investigating a bank robbery that occurred at a bank in Glen Ellyn on Thursday. According to an FBI news release, two male robbers entered the Chase Bank branch at 151 Butterfield Road in unincorporated Glen Ellyn.
The two bank robberies are not believed to be related, FBI spokeswoman, Special Agent Joan Hyde said.
The pair hopped over the teller counter to gain access to teller drawers. Both of the robbers were described as black males, 5’9” to 5’10”, wearing dark hooded jackets
Patch will update with more details when they become available.