Two bank robberies were reported in the southern Chicago suburbs in the same hour Wednesday, according to authorities.
The first was at the TCF Bank in the Woodridge Jewel-Osco, located at 2317 W. 75th St. Shortly after 11 a.m., a man holding a bandana to his face approached the teller, . He did not show a weapon.
FBI Chicago described the robber as a black man in his mid-twenties with a medium build and a height of 5'10" to 6'. He was wearing a dark hoodie and baseball hat.
Then around 11:45 a.m., a man with a different description alluded to a handgun and , 5459 W. 159th St. Wednesday, authorities said.
The Oak Forest robber was described as a white male, estimated at 35 years old and approximately 5-feet, 7-inches tall, roughly 150 pounds.
FBI are investigating both bank robberies. In both incidents, it was unclear how much money was stolen, authorities said.