PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Two women have been indicted by a federal grand jury in Pittsburgh for a series of bank robberies in 2018.

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Jasmine Parrish, 29 years-old, and Donna Poremski, 43 years-old, have each been charged with five counts in connection to bank robberies stretching from January through November 2018.

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According to the indictment, Parrish and Poremski robbed four different PNC Bank locations in West Mifflin and McCandless.

The women wore disguises and showed a handgun before forcing the employees into the bank vault.

Parrish allegedly worked at one of the banks prior to the robberies. Officials say she waited in a car while another person attempted to rob the bank.

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Authorities say a total of $97,004 was taken from the West Mifflin, McCandless and Penn Hill PNC banks during the robberies.