A Utah woman was arrested on charges that she robbed at least six banks around Salt Lake City, including five in the span of two hours on Saturday morning while she was still in pajama bottoms, the Associated Press reported.
The sixth robbery occurred on Friday evening, The Salt Lake Tribune reported.
Nannette Louise Perkins, 40, allegedly passed notes to tellers demanding money, but she did not show a weapon. She was able to get cash from five of the six banks.
Perkins was arrested on Sunday after police got a tip about the robber’s identity. She allegedly wore pajama bottoms, black prescription eyeglasses, a dark shirt and a blue bandana worn as a headband to rob the banks.
Police did not tell the AP what she was wearing at the time of her arrest.
Perkins is being held on multiple felony robbery charges.
[Image: Salt Lake County Jail]
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