FLATLANDS, Brooklyn (WABC) -- Police are investigating after an ATM service technician was held up and a bank robbed in Brooklyn overnight Thursday.
The incident happened around 1 a.m. at the Chase Bank on Ralph Avenue in the Flatlands section.
Authorities say the 25-year-old technician had just completed a job inside the bank and was in the parking lot when he realized he had left his keys in the vestibule. He turned around to re-enter the bank, and he was approached from behind by a man who pressed an unknown object into his back and said, "Give me everything right now or I will kill you right here."
The victim reportedly opened the front door to the bank and removed approximately $100,000 in cash from the ATM.
Police say the suspect took the money and fled the scene. The victim was not able to give a description of the suspect.
Investigations are reviewing surveillance video in an effort to identify the suspect.
No injuries were reported.
Brooklyn bank robber to ATM technician: 'I will kill you right here'
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