In the span of just 48 hours police in Austin and Round Rock responded to a pair of robberies. One at a Chase Bank in Round Rock and a third at a Subway in North Austin. There was also another bank robbery on Friday in Round Rock. Although the crimes aren't connected, police are hoping to catch the suspects before someone gets hurt.
The first robbery happened at the Chase Bank on La Frontera Blvd in Round Rock on August 27th. Police said a woman walked to the counter and demanded money from the teller. After the teller refused, he suspect quickly walked out of the bank empty handed. Police said the suspect is a woman in her mid to late 20's standing about 5'1 to 5'3 and she may still have colored bangs.
Two days later, just 13 miles south, officers were called to the Subway at Norwood Park after two men robbed an employee at gunpoint. Video shows the two men first ordering sandwiches. As the employee begins to ring them up, one suspect jumps over the counter and steals money from the register. According to police the second suspect, who is standing just out of the frame, pulled a gun. The clerk ran away uninjured however another Subway employee said the victim quit his job shortly after the robbery.
Police said the two suspects are black men in their late teens or early 20's. Both are between 5'7 and 6'0 and have thin builds.
Round Rock police are also seeking another bank robbery suspect. Police said a Hispanic man robbed the Captial One Bank on Louis Henna Blvd. 5 PM Friday. According to police the man demanded money from the teller and left with an unknown amount of cash. Police said the suspect appeared to be in his 20's and stood between 5'0 and 5'2 tall.
Round Rock and Austin police are asking anyone with information about the suspects to call the numbers below.
APD: 512-974-5092 or Crime Stoppers at 512-472-TIPS or text "Tip 103" + your message to CRIMES
Round Rock: 512-569-0465 or Tip411, by texting RRPD + the tip to 847411.