GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) — A Crookston, Minnesota, woman has been charged with robbing two banks across the North Dakota border in Grand Forks.

Authorities on Friday issued an arrest warrant for 39-year-old Charlene Espinoza on felony charges of robbery and terrorizing. She could face up to 30 years in prison if convicted.

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Police say Espinoza is in custody in Minnesota’s Clay County on unrelated charges. Court documents don’t list an attorney for her.

Espinoza is accused of robbing a Bremer Bank on Sept. 30 and Citizen’s Community Credit Union Monday.

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The woman who robbed the bank had a box cutter knife. Police didn’t immediately release the type of weapon used in the credit union robbery.

There were no customers in either financial institution at the time of the robberies, and no one was hurt.

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