MURRAY — Investigators are asking the public for help identifying three men involved in a hostile takeover-style bank robbery in March.
Just after 4 p.m. on March 26, three men wearing masks and hoodies entered Key Bank, 5625 S. Waterbury Way (1550 East). Each man carried a handgun and ordered all of the employees and bank patrons to the floor, according to a news release from Murray police.
Two of the men jumped over the counter and filled two duffel bags with money, police said. All three then fled in a green Toyota Camry that was found abandoned later that night. The car was determined to be stolen, the report stated.
Anyone with information on the robbery can call police at 801-840-4000.
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