They robbed a bank during the lunch hour, police need your help to find them

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MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Milwaukee police are seeking two suspects who robbed the Tri City National Bank near Highway 100 and Grange just before noon on Monday, June 30th.

Police say two black males entered the bank, jumped the counter and placed cash into a gray backpack. They then fled on foot to a red Ford Explorer last seen northbound on S. 110th St.

Suspect #1 was wearing a maroon, hooded sweatshirt with what appears to be black nylons on his face and a baseball hat, gloves and blue jeans.

Suspect #2 was wearing a dark gray hooded sweatshirt and sunglasses and a tan baseball hat. Both suspect’s wore gloves.

At about 11:30 a.m., a heavy-set black female wearing white sunglasses, a black top, and black shorts entered the bank and inquired about opening an account. She then left the bank and was seen by a neighbor getting into the suspect’s vehicle.

The suspect vehicle is a four-door Ford Explorer with black trim around the wheel wells. The same neighbor observed the vehicle return shortly before the robbery. An employee who was outside the bank took pictures of the Explorer after she observed the suspects enter the vehicle.

If you can identify any of the individuals, you’re urged to contact Detective Landry at 414-529-6140 — and reference case #14-4449.

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