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$280K and Valuables Stolen from Boro Park Bank

by Sandy Eller – VIN News

An employee at a Borough Park bank was greeted by a shocking sight upon opening up the bank’s vault this morning: a hole in the ceiling leading out to the roof.

Police said that approximately $280,000 in cash, as well as valuables from an unknown number of safe deposit boxes were taken during the heist at the HSBC Bank branch on 13th Avenue and 44th Street.  The robbery took place sometime over the weekend and no alarms were activated during the robbery.

The theft was discovered at 8:30 AM this morning by the employee who opened the vault.  Police, who are continuing their investigation, discovered an abandoned ladder on the roof of the building.

The contents of the pilfered safe deposit boxes are unknown at this time and police said that they do not know if the owners of the affected boxes have been notified.

4 Comments

  • 2. yankiv wrote:

    the same EXACT thing happened in Kensington at the Astoria bank, where neighbors complained to the manager of fishy activity happening at night and she dismissed it and then millions in valuables were taken.

  • 3. Rebecca wrote:

    This happened in Montreal 25 yrs ago upstairs tenant had long weekend to open all safety deposit boxes, why don’t banks armor ceiling? Too heavy?

  • 4. Chassidishe genayveh wrote:

    Must be a chassidishe ganov, he did a “l’chatchila ariber”!

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