Armed men rob Plymouth bank, suspects in a series of heists

By: Andrew Krammer

A pair of gunmen robbed the Anchor Bank in Plymouth on Thursday and the FBI says the men are suspects in four other robberies, CBS reported.

The two masked men entered the bank about 10 a.m. Thursday morning and drew black semiautomatic pistols on three bank employees who were forced to open the vault, the Star Tribune reported.

The four other robberies were in Champlin, Plymouth, Anoka and Roseville and all were within the past nine months.

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