Bank robber who left dogs in getaway car arrested in Bremerton parking lot without any cash

A woman who had robbed a Bremerton bank Monday, but was arrested five minutes later without any cash on her, had her two dogs waiting in the getaway car. Bremerton police were called to the Kitsap Bank at 3425 Wheaton Way at about 3 p.m., said Officer Kelly Meade. The suspect, 46, of Belfair, is suspected of approaching a teller with a note implying she had a weapon, although no weapon was seen. She then apparently left the bank without the cash. "She walked out without the money," Meade said. She was arrested by officers five minutes later in the parking lot of nearby Grocery Outlet. Inside her car the woman had two small dogs, Meade said.

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