Minneapolis ATM robbers forgot about the security camera

ATM robbers caught on camera.

ATM robbers caught on camera.

Two women and a man kidnapped another woman at gunpoint Dec. 15 on West Broadway, forced her to hand over her ATM card and secret password, and helped themselves to her cash.

But two of the brilliant criminals either forgot or didn't notice that the ATM's security camera was pointed right them as they drained the woman's account.

Thus, their faces are available for all the world to see:


The driver of the car is described as a black female, about 20 years old, of light build with a lighter brown complexion and longer black hair. She was wearing a black hooded coat.

The suspect at the ATM is described as black female, 18 to 20 years old, about 5' 4" inches to 5' 7" inches tall with a light build. She has a medium complexion, black hair and a lip piercing. She was wearing a blue hooded jacket with pink and white pajama pants.

Minneapolis police say the victim was kidnapped when she walked out of the Broadway Winner store at 626 Broadway Ave. N. a little before 10 p.m. that night. After the the kidnappers drove her to a nearby ATM machine and made off with the money, they released her about a block away.


Do they look familiar? Give Officer Patricia Nelson a call at 612-673-3013, or the Robbery/Assault Unit at 612-673-2941.