oh yeah definitely a victimless crime, i mean they just go in and ask for the money and then leave after they have got it right? none of that over dramatised threatening to kill/harm people unless the cashiers hand over the money, or reckless driving while trying to escape, not to mention the fact that if the robbers plan ahead and say kidnap bank managers or their families or security staff in order to find out access codes etc they dont actually intend to hurt them and if they give up the info requested then everything is fine.
Best of all most of those involved minus the police officers will most likely get the rest of the day off if not longer as a result of the "stress" of the incident which is basically a day off for doing nothing#
also as you noted the loss of the money has hardly any impact, apart from security members potentially losing their jobs for failing to protect the bank, insurance companies having to pay out, which increases the premiums the bank has to pay, which reduces the profits of the bank and reduces the dividends that shareholders recieve and lowers the share value and therefore makes the bank look like a poor/unsafe investment potentially ruining the work others may have put in to make the bank work.
but as you said it makes for great tv/films and gives the police a alternative to stop gang crimes/domestic abuse/murders/drug dealing and other paper pushing activities and replaces it with a testerone filled high speed chase through street,roads shopping centres and parks complete with helicopters,explosions witty one liners and epic gun battles (potentially).
(#apart from being threatened, possibly kidnapped, having a gun or the use of force threatened on your self out of the blue, or potentially being involved in a car accident during the robbers escape)