Woman sought in robbery at Vancouver ATM

By John Hill, Columbian Metro Team Editor



Vancouver police are looking for a woman who reportedly robbed another woman at gunpoint Monday morning at a credit union ATM.

Spokeswoman Kim Kapp said police received a call at about 7:30 a.m. Monday from a woman who said she was robbed after withdrawing money from the ATM at IQ Credit Union, 615 Chkalov Drive, in Vancouver.

After the woman removed the money from the machine, a vehicle stopped nearby and another woman got out and pointed a gun at the her, Kapp said. The suspect demanded the woman hand over the money, which she did.

The suspect was described as a white, heavyset woman in her 20s or 30s with dark hair. She was wearing a black hoodie pulled over her head.

Police said the vehicle was a white Chrysler or Lincoln.

The victim was not injured, Kapp said. The Major Crimes Unit is investigating.