Cleveland bank robbers force customers to the floor

CLEVELAND -- On Friday, April 14, four suspects tried to rob the PNC Bank at 7101 Broadway Avenue about 3:40 p.m.
 
The FBI says the four ordered customers and employees to the ground while two of the suspects displayed handguns. One  suspect jumped on a bank counter while another pulled an employee out of their office to the lobby floor, according to the FBI.
 
A bank security guard was returning to the bank during this attempt and his arrival caused the four suspects to flee, according to the FBI.
 
The FBI says the getaway vehicle was a stolen blue Jeep.  
 
According to the FBI, these four  men  are suspected of being involved in other bank robberies.
 
A neighborhood canvass was completed by law enforcement resulting in video surveillance capturing these four maneuvering through yards without their face masks, the FBI said.
 
Here are photos of the alleged suspects without their masks.
 
 
 
Tips can be provided to the Cleveland FBI, the Cleveland Police Department or to Crimestoppers.
 
Reward money is available for information leading to the successful arrest and prosecution of the individuals responsible.  Tips can remain anonymous. PNC is offering an additional reward  of up to $10,000 for information.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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