HOMEWOOD, Pa. - Police are looking for three people they said robbed a woman at a Homewood ATM early Thursday morning.
According to police, the 39-year-old victim had just withdrawn cash from an ATM at the PNC Bank on North Homewood Avenue when she was robbed.
Authorities said the victim reported that a woman grabbed $200 in cash from her hand, jumped in a black Jeep Liberty on Kelly Street and fled the scene.
The victim told police that there was a man and woman inside the car waiting for
No injuries were
Stephen Turner, who has used the ATM, told Channel 11's Brandon Hudson that he's surprised a robbery happened there.
"That's a shocker," Turner said. "The fact that two women would rob from you like that is a shocker."
Investigators said the first suspect is a black female about 30 to 40 years old. She is about 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighs about 200 pounds. The victim told police she was wearing a blue denim jacket.
The second suspect is a black male also in his 30s, weighing about 240 pounds. The victim said he was wearing a brown and white striped hooded sweatshirt.
The third suspect is a black female in her 30s who weighs about 100 pounds and stands 5 feet 6 inches tall. She was wearing a gray striped shirt and a blue scarf.
Anyone with information on the robbery is asked to contact police.
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