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Overland Park bank robbery under investigation Wednesday morning, FBI says

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An Overland Park bank was robbed Wednesday morning, according to the FBI’s Kansas City Division.

The First Federal Bank of Kansas City at Metcalf Avenue and 87th Street was robbed about 10:50 a.m. Wednesday, an FBI spokesperson said in a written statement.

A man described as being about 40 years old gave the teller a note demanding that money be placed a clear plastic accordion folder, according to the statement.

The FBI said the man did not display a weapon and left on foot with an unknown amount of money.

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Katie Bernard covers Kansas crime, cops and courts for the Kansas City Star. She joined the Star in May of 2019. Katie studied journalism and political science at the University of Kansas.
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