Tracie Pfalz, 42, arrested on Wed. for PNC bank robbery - Tucson News Now

Woman arrested for PNC Bank robbery in Westwood

Tracie Pfalz (Source: CPD) Tracie Pfalz (Source: CPD)
Source: CPD Source: CPD
WESTWOOD, OH (FOX19) -

A woman was arrested on Wednesday in connection with a Westwood bank robbery in December.

Tracie Pfalz, 42, was arrested by Cincinnati Police on open warrants following the robbery of PNC Bank.

Police say the bank, located at 5535 Glenway Avenue, was robbed on December 19th. 

A white female entered the front entrance of the bank and demanded money. An alarm was triggered, and police arrived within minutes.

However, the suspect had already fled the bank upon arrival. She took off in a sliver or light colored, four door car, driven by a white male.

On Wednesday, the Cincinnati Police Department's Fugitive Apprehension Unit arrested Pfalz.

She was charged with robbery and is currently being held at the Hamilton County Justice Center.

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