Video shows man crashing vehicle into Bloomfield Township bank
BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Newly-released video shows the moment a man crashed his SUV into a Bloomfield Township bank on Tuesday. “I heard a pretty loud crash followed by glass breaking,” said Cooper Collier, who works next door to the bank. Hearing that, I was curious on what just happened.”PREVIOUS: Police say suspected robber crashes SUV into Bloomfield Township bankThe sound of the crash was initially thought to be gunshots. “He made it 3 to 5 feet inside the bank and then he immediately started to back out. At no time did he ever get out of the car or demand any money to bank employees,” said Lt. Paul Schwab with the Bloomfield Police Department.
Police search for man in Shelby Township bank robbery
SHELBY TOWNSHIP – Police are searching for a man in connection to a bank robbery in Shelby Township. Police responded to an alarm at about 1:24 p.m. on Monday at the PNC bank on Hayes Road. Police said the man then left the bank on foot after given an undetermined amount of money. The suspect was seen running south across Hall Road into Sterling Heights. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Shelby Township Police Department at 586-731-2121.
HSBC says net profit plunged 96% in 2Q as pandemic took hold
LONDON Europes biggest bank, HSBC, said Monday that its net profit plummeted 96% in the second quarter of this year as lower interest rates combined with the downturn due to the coronavirus pandemic tool hold. The bank's net profit was $192 million in the April-June quarter, down from $4.37 billion reported in the same period a year earlier. Near-zero interest rates meant to help businesses keep running with cheap credit are squeezing margins for lenders. The bank's chief executive, Noel Quinn, said in a presentation posted online that HSBC paused its restructuring efforts in the last quarter to focus on supporting its customers. The banks net profit fell 53% to $6 billion in 2019.
How to get financial assistance to help your small business
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