Bank-robbing hoods stick to neighborhood 

Tellers in one downtown block may have quite a tale to tell after three bank robberies this month.

The most recent heist happened Monday about 4 p.m., police said.

A man in his 40s entered a bank on Post Street and handed the teller an envelope with a note. He then told her to hand over the cash. The 51-year-old woman complied and the crook fled the bank with an undisclosed sum.

A nearby bank on the same block was robbed twice earlier in the month, police said. On April 3 and April 9, separate suspects, described as men aged 20 to 30, entered the bank and demanded cash.

As of Tuesday, it was unknown if the bank heists were related. No weapons were seen in the Post Street robberies.

On April 11, a Wells Fargo in the 100 block of Spear Street was robbed at gunpoint.

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