Marysville Police are looking for this woman, who reportedly handed a note to a bank teller demanding money Wednesday morning at Horizon Bank. (Marysville Police Department)

Marysville Police are looking for this woman, who reportedly handed a note to a bank teller demanding money Wednesday morning at Horizon Bank. (Marysville Police Department)

Police are looking for woman who robbed Marysville bank

She was last seen fleeing the scene in a gold Honda Accord, which was later found abandoned.

MARYSVILLE — Police are looking for a woman who reportedly handed a note demanding money to a bank teller Wednesday morning.

Police said a woman in her 20s walked into Washington Federal on 88th Street NE and passed the note around 10:20 a.m. She fled in a gold Honda Accord, which later was found abandoned at the WinCo parking lot off 116th Street NE.

Anyone with information about the woman is asked to call 360-363-8350.

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