Kansas City Monday Night Crime Scene: Bold Bank Robbers Avoid X-Mas Rush

For our evening denizens we've got an important collection of alleged misdeeds, court cases and all manner of suspect info from around the metro.

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2 sought in Northland bank robbery, police say

The FBI is searching for two people who robbed a Northland bank Monday evening.Authorities were called just after 5 p.m. to the North American Savings Bank in the 7000 block of Northwest Barry Road.Investigators said two people wearing masks and armed with handguns demanded money from a teller.No injuries were reported.

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Douglas County prosecutors drop false reporting charges in case of alleged rape victim

DOUGLAS COUNTY, KS (KCTV) - The district attorney in Douglas County said Monday he is dismissing charges against a University of Kansas graduate student who said she was raped by a classmate. Police and prosecutors didn't believe her, and they decided to charge the woman with three counts of filing a false police report.

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Microchipped cat leads Raytown animal rescue right back to owners who dumped him there

RAYTOWN, Mo. -- A Raytown animal rescue says a cat was dumped at the facility by its owner. What the owner may not realize is the cat's microchip led them right back to the owner. The incident plays back on Midwest Animal Resq's security cameras.

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ATM carjacking caught on camera in Grandview

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Grandview police are looking for a man who ran from a crash and carjacked a woman's vehicle Saturday near U.S. 71 and Truman Drive. Witnesses told 41 Action News they saw a car roll over and a man run from the highway.

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Metro woman creates national registry of domestic violence offenders

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A metro area woman has created the first-ever national database of domestic violence offenders. Anyone can use her state-by-state public records search. Discussions in Congress about a domestic violence registry have limited the information to only felony convictions, which survivors claim doesn't give enough insight into someone's background.

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