SunTrust Bank hit again by robbers

From Staff Reports

   SunTrust Bank, 600 N. Broadway St., was robbed Monday for the third time in less than two years.
   According to Johnson City Bureau of Police and the FBI, the bank was robbed around 11:45 a.m. by a lone white male. The robber entered the bank and provided a note to an employee which indicated that he had a bomb. The note also requested that cash be placed in a bag he provided.
   The robber obtained an undetermined amount of money and fled the bank on foot. Witnesses observed him running down an alley and entering a red Pontiac Grand Prix which was believed to be driven by a white female. It is believed the two later switched vehicles and are traveling in a 1998 dark green Dodge Caravan bearing Tennessee tag number DJT-725.
   The robbery suspect later was identified by police through bank surveillance tapes as Glenn Woody, 66, 534 Crest Court, Johnson City.
   Woody is described as 5 feet 9 inches tall, 180 pounds, with dark hair mixed with gray, and wearing glasses. At the time of the robbery, the suspect was wearing a yellow short-sleeve shirt and tennis shoes.
   According to police, the investigation also revealed that Woody received assistance in committing the robbery from Linda C. Taylor, 33, no address listed, an acquaintance of Woody's. Taylor is described as 5 feet 3 to 5 feet 4 inches tall, slim build with brown shoulder-length hair.
   Warrants have been issued charging Woody and Taylor with aggravated robbery. Police said the pair should be considered armed and dangerous.
   Anyone with information regarding the bank robbery is asked to call the Johnson City FBI office at 282-8090, JCPD Criminal Investigations Division at 434-6166 or Crimestoppers at 434-6158.