Who Are They? Robbers Hit Parkland Bank

Who are they? The FBI would like your help identifying the bank robbers shown here.

Who are they? The FBI would like your help identifying the bank robbers shown here.

PARKLAND, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) —  The FBI is asking for your help identifying the men seen in the surveillance photos shown here. They allegedly robbed a bank in Parkland.

From the FBI:

The FBI is releasing photographs from a bank robbery that took place on January 5, 2015, at approximately 12:26 p.m. at the Mercantil Commercebank branch located at 8017 N University Drive in Parkland, Florida.

Two robbers entered the bank and demanded money from a bank employee (the second robber is pictured at the door holding what appears to be a weapon). Customers were in the bank at the time, there were no injuries. Money was taken, but the amount will not be released at this time. The robbers left the area on foot.

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