Police in one Arizona community are trying to find who would have had the stomach to pull off a bank robbery armed only with a lunch sack full of potatoes.

MyFOXPhoenix.com reports that a woman did just that Friday morning by walking into a Wells Fargo bank in Peoria, Ariz., and telling bank employees that she was carrying a bomb.

She left with an unknown amount of cash but left her bag, which prompted a bomb squad to respond, according to MyFOXPhoenix.com. They found the potatoes but no bomb.

Police describe the suspect as a black woman in her late 20s about 5 feet 8 inches and wearing a black baseball cap and green long-sleeve shirt.

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