The FBI and Shawnee police are following several leads as they continue to search for a female suspect who robbed a local credit union on Monday.
The heist occurred about 3:45 p.m. at Bison Federal Credit Union, 2 W. MacArthur.
FBI agents reported a black female entered the credit union and approached a teller with a note demanding money.
The teller complied, agents reported, and the woman placed an undisclosed amount of money in a white purse with a shoulder strap before departing the credit union. No weapon was observed or threatened, but agents noted the woman kept her hand in her purse during the robbery.
She was seen entering the passenger side of a light gray or silver Chrysler 300 or similar vehicle with dark tinted windows, which was last seen leaving northbound on Broadway Street.
Shawnee police converged on the area in search of the suspect vehicle and the FBI responded to investigate.
The suspect is described as a black female who is 5 feet 10 inches to 6 feet tall and weighing 240 lbs. She had long black hair in braids and was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans and dark sunglasses.
Anyone having information can call the Shawnee police tip line at 405-273-0989 or the non-emergency number at 405-273-2121.
Those with tips can also send an email to CrimeStoppers@ShawneeOK.org or contact the Oklahoma City FBI’s 24-hour tip line at 405-290-7770, and callers may remain anonymous.
According to news archives, the last reported bank robbery at Bison Federal Credit Union in Shawnee occurred in September 2005.