Police in Kenya have launched a manhunt for a woman disguised as a nun who robbed a money exchange office and escaped with $35,000 (UShs126m), reports the BBC.
The speed of the incident has baffled investigators.
The whole robbery took less than ten minutes and even guards manning the entrance did not realise it had happened.
CCTV footage of the incident on Sunday in Nairobi’s wealthy Karen suburb shows the suspect walking to the service counter after an entry search at the door.
She then speaks to the attendant before being allowed to go to a backroom through a secure steel door.
After a short conversation the attendant opens a safe, she then slumps into a chair before the woman empties the contents from the safe and calmly exits.
It follows another audacious robbery in November, when robbers in the nearby town of Thika dug a 30-metre tunnel underground to break into a bank safe and stole $500,000 dollars.