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Bank in Bratislava robbed at gunpoint just before Christmas

Police are investigating a bank robbery that occurred on Bratislava's Vajnorská Street late on December 24, spokesperson for Bratislava Regional Police Headquarters Petra Hrašková told TASR newswire. Just after 9 p.m., an armed man entered the branch of an unspecified bank and, at gunpoint, demanded money from the bank teller. He subsequently fled the scene with some €50,000, TASR reported.

Police are investigating a bank robbery that occurred on Bratislava's Vajnorská Street late on December 24, spokesperson for Bratislava Regional Police Headquarters Petra Hrašková told TASR newswire.

Just after 9 p.m., an armed man entered the branch of an unspecified bank and, at gunpoint, demanded money from the bank teller. He subsequently fled the scene with some €50,000, TASR reported.

No injuries were reported during the heist. If apprehended and convicted, the man may face up to 15 years in jail.

(Source: TASR)

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