San Francisco Bank Raided By Thief | C & S Lock & Security
Recently San Francisco’s Union Bank was robbed by a thief who went beyond the typical handing of a threatening note to the teller scenario as the robber went straight for the vault.
According to San Francisco Police a male suspect entered the bank on the 200 block of Union Street between Montgomery and Calhoun Terrace and proceeded to rob the place in the middle of the afternoon in broad daylight.
According to police reports the suspect was armed with a handgun and upon entering the bank he demanded cash from a 40 year old bank teller.
After threatening the bank’s staff the suspect then jumped over the counter and gained access into the bank vault taking what police are stating as an undisclosed amount of currency from the vault and teller drawers. The suspect was then able to flee on foot.
In spite of all that occurred no one was injured during the robbery. According to the San Francisco Police Department there have been no arrests made and the bank robber remains at large. It is only a matter of time however until this thief will be caught in the act.
Maybe if the bank would have kept their bank vault locked this robbery could have been prevented. To help prevent theft at your home or office make sure to keep all valuable belongings in a safe or strongbox and to keep all doors and access points locked. If you need assistance with picking out a safe or securing your home make sure to contact a local lock and security expert. If located in Tucson contact the lock and security experts at C & S Lock & Security!