Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Glenview Police announced they are investigating a robbery that occurred at MB Financial Bank on Waukegan Road, Monday afternoon.
The Glenview Police Departement is working with the FBI to investigate a bank robbery that occured on Monday at 2:25 p.m. at the MB Financial Bank, 2200 Waukegan Rd, according to a police press release. Nobody was injured and a weapon was not displayed, according to police. The male suspect is under investigation for five other bank heists in the surrounding suburbs, the Glenview Announcements reports. Police say the suspect walked out the front door after Monday's robbary. The Chicago Tribune reports the suspect is under investigation for bank robbaries in Park Ridge, Arlington Heights and Rolling Madows.
Tuesday, August 7, 2012
Following an armed robbery in late July, the 4-year-old canine tracked the armed suspect back to an apartment complex near the Glenview State Bank branch, 2610 Golf Rd.
Here, get to know the canine hero.
When a Glenview State Bank branch was robbed last month in unincorporated Glenview, sheriff’s deputies called in Melanie. The 4-year-old bloodhound tracked the armed suspect back to an apartment complex near the bank branch, 2610 Golf Rd. And this isn't the first time she's swooped into action. Get the latest Glenview headlines right in your news feed: Like Patch on Facebook! In 2009, Melanie found an elderly woman who had wandered from a nursing home and also rescued a suicidal man in the river of a south suburban forest preserve. In December of last year, she sniffed out an inmate hiding in a portable restroom after he jumped from a van taking him to prison. “She is just a rock star,” Frank Bilecki, spokesman for the Cook County …
Thursday, September 22, 2011
Photos of the robbery released; robber not yet apprehended.
Update 1:06 p.m.: The Highland Park Police Department has issued a news release with the following information on this morning's PNC Bank robbery. At 8:08 a.m. Thursday morning, a black male in his 20s walked into the bank's lobby and presented a note to the teller. The note implied the man had a gun and directed her to turn over the cash from the drawer. The teller complied. The offender was last seen walking west on Central Avenue. He has not been located as of noon Thursday. There were no injuries as a result of the robbery. Residents are encouraged by the Highland Park Police to report any unusual activity, but are urged not to approach anyone acting suspiciously. Update 10:16 a.m.: More information about this morning's robbery and …