The Berkshire Eagle reports the Greylock Federal Credit Union branch on Elm Street was robbed Wednesday morning.

Police say at about 10:25 in the morning officers responded to the credit union for the robbery. According to police, the suspect, who wore clothing to conceal his or her identity, had passed a note to a teller and no weapons were shown. The suspect left with an undetermined amount of cash.

Authorities are interviewing witnesses, reviewing surveillance footage, and working to identify the possible getaway vehicle.

Authorities said images of a suspect involved in the case will be forthcoming. It is not clear if it was only one person acting alone or if there were others involved.

Police do not believe there is any danger to the public and nobody was injured at the time.

More information is expected to be released later in the day.

It is the second time in five years that branch was robbed. In 2012, two individuals were arrested in Boston after robbing the credit union under similar




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