Kansas City police and the FBI are looking for a suspected female bank robber who wore an Air Force physical training (PT) uniform when she allegedly struck two banks less than 10 miles apart on Monday.

Police said the suspect, a heavy-set woman in a winter-style skull cap, dark sunglasses, black gloves, and carrying a black bag, stole an undisclosed amount of money from a Capitol Federal Savings branch at Price Chopper, according to a report by Fox4KC News in Kansas City.

The woman handed the bank teller a note demanding the money, then fled -- possibly in a blue, four-door Nissan Altima, the station reports.

At about 12:08 pm - roughly a half hour after the first robbery - a woman fitting the same description fled empty handed after passing a robbery note to a teller at a Community America Bank branch inside a Hyvee market.

No one was injured at either location.

Beyond the suspect wearing the Air Force PT uniform, there is no evidence she served in the Air Force.

The FBI is asking people with any information on the suspect to call the Kansas City office at 816-512-8200.

-- Bryant Jordan can be reached at bryant.jordan@military.com