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Two wanted in connection to U.S. Bank robbery Friday

One of the men wanted in connection with Friday's bank robbery.
One of the men wanted in connection with Friday's bank robbery.

Spokane police are seeking two men in connection to a bank robbery Friday morning.

Shortly after 9:45 a.m. Friday, two black males in their 20s entered the U.S. Bank on 3909 N Lincoln St. and demanded money. The two men were wearing ski masks and indicated they had a gun.

The two fled with cash. Officers attempted to track the men with K-9s, but were unable to locate the suspects. Police have released an image of one of the men.

Anyone who has information on the robbery is asked to call Crime Check at 509-456-2233.


 

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