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Gwinnett County police have identified the irate woman who jumped over a counter and stole $750 from an Atlanta area Chase bank.

32-year-old Sarahdia Camell, of Long Beach, California, is seen in viral cell phone video jumping over a counter and threatening a teller at a JPMorgan Chase Bank at 3789 Buford Drive in Buford, Ga. on Jan. 25.

Camell demanded $13,000 from her account and became agitated when the teller told her there were some discrepancies with her credentials, police say.

The video shows Camell grab the glass partition and hoist herself over the counter.

Camell tussled with a teller before grabbing scissors off a nearby desk and threatening him with it. She then forced open a money box and allegedly stole $750 cash inside.

She was gone by the time Gwinnett police officers arrived at the bank minutes later. "Once she had removed the money from the cash box, she exited the bank through a side door," police said.

According to the bank's website, the Chase Bank location in Buford is "temporarily closed."

Camell is described as a Black female, about 5-feet-2-inches and 180 pounds. Anyone with information is asked to contact Gwinnett County PD detectives at (770) 513-5300.

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Goldman Sachs has ordered 40,500 employees to report back to the office, after 200 million Americans received Covid-19 mRNA vaccines.

The global investment bank headquartered in New York City, gave its employees a final notice to pack up their home offices and report back to work next month.

JPMorgan Chase Bank and other corporations are also planning to bring their thousands of workers back into the office as the Covid-19 pandemic appears to be over.

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JPMorgan Chase, which employs over 255,000 workers worldwide, announced it will bring 50% of workers back into the office later this month. JPMorgan expects to have its entire workforce report back at work by the end of July.

Vanguard Group, with about 17,300 employees, will also ask workers to return to the office.

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The investment bank is planning to tell staff that they should be prepared by mid-June to work from offices again, according to people with knowledge of the matter. The move follows a mandate last week from JPMorgan Chase & Co. chief Jamie Dimon, seeking to return his workforce in rotations from early July. Source

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