Robbery In First National Bank

April 28th, 2010 - 11:08 pm ICT by GD  

By Madhuri Dey
bankMercer County, Apr 28, (THAINDIAN NEWS) A robbery took place in the First National Bank that is located in the Pine Grove Square, in Grove City of Mercer County in Pennsylvania. It took pale in the lone of most of the bank robberies that take place in the country, and in fact all around the world. Unfortunately for the workers in the bank, there was no customer like the professor who, a few days back, had helped stall a bank robber and handed him over to the police. Instead, none of the employees apparently protested while the robbery took place, and the police were informed only after the incident had taken place and the robbers had gone in their way, safe and sound.

The robbery took place, as per the reports of the witnesses, at sometime around 2 in the afternoon. The police in the Mercer County Barracks reported that the robbers were two men, who entered the bank, went over to one of the tellers, and asked for the cash. After they were handed over the cash, they left. Witnesses report that the two men had left toward the State Route 58. It is not clear whether the two robbers were armed when they entered, but it seems that they might have been, considering that none in the bank protested. The two robbers left in the white 2008 Chevrolet Blazer.

The police have still not been able to make any headway into the case, although investigations are still on. They have given out the details of the two men, who have been described to be in their twenties. One of the men have been described as a dark skinned man. It is not likely that the car would be of any use, considering that was stolen.

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