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NCPD Investigating Bank Robbery in Westbury

A Bethpage Federal Credit Union was robbed on Thursday, December 26.

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PLACE OF OCCURRENCE:   Bethpage Federal Credit Union, 750 Old Country Rd., Westbury NY 
DATE AND TIME OF OCCURRENCE: Thursday 12/26/13 @ 2:11 PM. 
SUSPECT:  1) Male White  6’3” – 6’ 5”, mid 20s, 170 lbs, Tan hooded jacket, blue pants, knit cap with design, white sneakers, beige/black checkered scarf, black racing glasses. 
VEHICLE:  None seen. 
FURTHER DETAILS: According to detectives, A male white subject 6’3”- 6’5” tall, 170 lbs, knit pattern ski cap, tan hooded jacket, beige/black scarf, jeans, and white sneakers entered into the Bethpage Federal Credit Union located at 750 Old Country Road and passed a note to the 23 year old male teller stating he had a gun and demanded cash. After the teller complied the subject fled out the door with an undetermined amount of US currency and was last seen running south on Westbury Drive. There were no injuries reported. There were 6 employees and 2 customers in the bank.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Nassau County Police Department Robbery Squad at 516-573-8040 and refer to Robbery Squad Number 1023-13. 
AUTHORITY: Detective Sergeant John Giambrone, Commanding Officer Robbery Squad. 
Crime Stoppers is asking anyone who has information about the identity or whereabouts of the above subject to contact us at our toll free hotline: 1-800-244-TIPS (8477). 
• Up to $5,000 reward 
• Remain anonymous