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Spokane Police Seeking 'Person Of Interest' In U.S. Bank Robbery

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Spokane Police are searching for a "person of interest" they believe may be involved in a robbery that occurred on the 3900 block of North Lincoln Friday morning. Above, you'll see a still image of one of the two people police say may have committed the robbery.  If you recognize this man, call Crime Check at 509-456-2233

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Friday morning just after 10am, Spokane Police responded to an armed robbery at the US Bank on N. Lincoln.

The search for the two robbers sent Willard Elementary into lock down, but police say no students were ever in any danger. At 11:30 Friday morning, Spokane Police called off the K9 search for these two robbers.

Police did find a bag of money that the robbers dropped in an alley near the bank, but so far they haven't found the robbers themselves.Police say the two men walked into the bank and indicated they had a gun, although they never actually showed one.

The robbers are described as black men in the mid-20s. They were wearing ski masks during the robbery.



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