Woman wearing pajama bottoms goes on a bank robbery spree
A Utah woman wearing pajama bottoms tried to rob five banks within a 90-minute time period on Saturday, and officials are still searching for her.
She struck the banks between 9:21 a.m. and 11:55 a.m., Fox 13 Utah reports. She also attempted another robbery on Friday afternoon at a sixth Salt Lake County bank.
According to the station, police say she received cash from five of the robberies. She ran out of one bank robbery on Saturday empty-handed after becoming spooked.
"It's very brazen; she feels like she can get away with it," Unified Police Lt. Brian Lohrke told the station.
According to reports, the woman handed a teller at each bank a note demanding money, but never showed a weapon.
"Maybe she is from out of town because she is not covering her face and hopefully somebody would have recognized her by now," Lohrke told the station.
Salt Lake City Police shared photos of the woman they obtained from surveillance cameras.
She is described as a white 5-foot-5 female in her 30s with dark hair in a ponytail and a blue bandana wrapped around her head. She was wearing prescription glasses, a dark shirt and pajama bottoms.