Plymouth Bank Robbers Linked to Previous Robberies

On Thursday morning, two masked men robbed the Anchor Bank on Vinewood Lane North in Plymouth, KARE 11 said. The robbers have not been found and authorities are reaching out to the public for help. The robbers are believed to be connected to a half dozen robberies around the metro. The robbers both entered the bank holding black semi-automatic handguns. The two men are described as black males and were witnessed leaving the bank in a red Chevrolet Tahoe, KSTP said. The robbers took money from the bank's vault after they forced three bank employees to open the vault. The unclosed amount stolen left the bank with the robbers. No one was injured. The robbers are believed to be linked to several Minnesota robberies occurring in 2010.

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