Tellers Roughed-up During Bank Heist - NBC 7 San Diego

Tellers Roughed-up During Bank Heist



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    Authorities say three masked gunmen shoved and grabbed tellers by their hair during a robbery at a San Diego County bank.

    San Diego Police Officer Brad Ruff says the robbers, armed with two handguns and a rifle, made off with an undisclosed amount of cash Saturday from the Pacific Marine Credit Union in Mira Mesa.

    No customers were in the bank at the time.

    No shots were fired and no one was injured, but officers say the robbers dropped more than a dozen rounds of ammunition on the bank floor.

    Police say the suspects escaped in a maroon pickup with an extended cab, a white decal on one side and a tool box in the bed.