A Chicago BofA branch was robbed this morning by a man who said he had a bomb, CBS reports.
The robber placed a note demanding money and claiming he had a bomb in front of a teller, who gave him an unknown amount of cash before he ran out of the bank.
Luckily no-one was hurt, but the suspect is yet to be caught.
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