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Banker tricked and robbed of $40K: Police

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FLUSHING — On Aug. 9, a 40-year-old man went to a Bank of America and withdrew $40,600.

While he was driving away from the bank around 3 p.m., near 35-10 College Point Blvd., he was flagged down by a motorist who had a flat tire, police said.

When the man stopped to help, two unidentified men reached into his car and grabbed the bag containing the money, police said.

The man later remembered seeing the vehicle at the bank.

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Cleo from College Point says:
soo someone at the Bank called a neighbor or roommate nearby to follow and rob this carefree customer??
Nov. 5, 2012, 12:54 pm

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