Venetta Moss robbed the Bank of Kentucky downtown on Tuesday, August 5, 2014, police said.
Police arrested a woman who tried to make a getaway after they say she robbed a bank in downtown Cincinnati Tuesday afternoon.
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CINCINNATI -- Police arrested a woman who tried to make a getaway after they say she robbed a bank in downtown Cincinnati Tuesday afternoon.
The woman, Venetta Moss, entered the Bank of Kentucky located at 120 East 4th Street at about 4 p.m. according to Det. Stewart Isaacs.
Moss told a teller that she had a gun, and showed her a note demanding cash.
Isaacs said when Moss tried to leave the bank, officers arrested her without incident, and charged her with one count of robbery.
Moss was taken to the Hamilton County Justice Center.
Isaacs said investigators are collecting more information on the case, and ask anyone with information to contact the them at 513-352-3542, or Crime Stoppers at 513-325-3040. Callers may remain anonymous, and make be eligible for a reward for helpful information.