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Sterling Bank Robber

August 6, 2005

I know I just wrote you. This is news about Sterling Bank Robbers that
came in AFTER the Suspicious Deaths report. I feel I should send you
this immediately as it pertains to Sterling District and you could make
a difference in this or would want to know right away also. Thank you.

>>>>Sheriff's Investigators Search for Suspect in Bank Robbery

Sheriff's Investigators are searching for a female who robbed a Sterling
bank Friday evening.

The women allegedly entered the Provident Bank located inside the
Shopper's Food Warehouse in the Sugarland Crossing Shopping Center.
Inside she presented a note to a bank teller asking for money. The
female suspect never brandished nor implied she had a firearm during the
course of the robbery. She left the scene with an undisclosed amount of
cash.

The suspect is described as being a White female in her thirties,
approximately 5'8" in height with a heavy build.

Anyone with information about the identity of this suspect is asked to
contact Investigator S. Angelo of the Sheriff's Office Criminal
Investigations Division at 703-777-0475.

>>>$1000.00 IS YOURS IF YOU SAW SOMETHING FRIDAY NIGHT

If you would like to remain anonymous please contact Loudoun Crime
Solvers at 703-777-1919.
If your tip leads to an arrest and indictment in the case you could be
eligible for a cash reward of up to $1000.

This is all I have on this at this time.

>>>>DEPUTIES ARRESTED A STERLING BANK ROBBER EARLIER THIS WEEK
>>>>NOW HELD WITHOUT BOND

Sheriff's Investigators arrested a Leesburg man Thursday in connection
with the armed robbery of a Sterling bank in July.

Joseph Kevin Holland, 35, of Leesburg is charged with Armed Robbery for
the July 8th robbery of the Corporate America Family Credit Union
located in the 45200 block of Business Court in Sterling.

Holland is accused of walking into the bank shortly before 9 AM wearing
a ski mask and brandishing a firearm, as he demanded money from more
than one teller. He fled the bank with an undisclosed amount of cash
and was believed to have left the area in a red four-door vehicle.

Holland remains held at the Loudoun Adult Detention Center without bond.

This apprehension is good news and most of the previous bank robbers,
and/or suspects, who rob stores in Sterling do get caught by the
deputies with some help from citizens.

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