Police in Worcester, Massachusetts, say they have arrested a woman accused of robbing a bank Monday.
Regina Flynn, 36, of Shrewsbury, is facing a charge of unarmed robbery.
Police say Flynn went to the Leominster Credit Union and handed a note to the teller demanding money.
The teller handed over an undisclosed amount of money and Flynn allegedly fled the area on foot.
Officers in the area found a car parked the wrong way on Henchmen Street and found two women inside. Flynn matched the description of the suspect and the stolen money was found inside the vehicle.
It's unclear when Flynn will be arraigned or if she has an attorney.