BOLINGBROOK, Ill. — A Bolingbrook bank was robbed at gunpoint Tuesday morning and the employees were tied up, according to the FBI.
At around 9:55 a.m., authorities responded to a Huntington Bank branch, located in the 300 block of Quadrangle Drive, on the report of a robbery.
Three masked men entered with handguns and tied the employees up, the FBI said.
The three suspects were Black males with one dressed as a mailman, one with a hi-visibility vest and blue sweatshirt and the last wore a black and red sweatshirt.
The man dressed as a mailman was also carrying a mailbag, according to the FBI.
The suspects fled in a vehicle and are currently at-large. It is unknown how much currency was stolen.
“Huntington National Bank’s top priority is the safety and security of our customers, colleagues, and communities. As with any situation involving law enforcement, we are working to provide all resources and assistance to support their efforts,” Huntington National Bank said in a statement.
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