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Byline: Ed Asher EASHER@ABQTRIB.COM / 823-3602
A bank robber dressed all in black, carrying a semiautomatic pistol and a duffel bag, ordered everyone to the floor, vaulted over the teller stations and helped himself to drawers full of cash.
It was a takeover robbery reminiscent of Matt Griffin, the former Albuquerque police officer known as the Ninja Bandit, who was convicted in 1991 of bank robbery and murder.
"It was a brazen robbery," FBI Special Agent Bill Elwell said of Wednesday's robbery at an Uptown credit union.
"It wasn't your typical robbery. Normally, the robber goes to one teller, displays a note and simulates a weapon under …