ZIONSVILLE, Ind. (WISH) - Police are looking for two men they say robbed a bank Monday morning.
Boone County dispatchers said the robbery was at 11 a.m. Key Bank, 116th Street and Michigan Road. Two armed, masked men demanded cash and fled on foot.
A dye pack went off while suspects were in the parking lot.
The men were wearing black or dark blue hoodies. One had a dark-colored ski mask and the other had a dark-colored bandana. They both fled southbound from the bank.
A stolen Gray Ford Taurus was found near the bank.
Nearby schools were locked down as a result of the robbery, but have since been told they could lift the lockdowns. There was no word on the men being arrested, though.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Zionsville Police Department Criminal Investigation Division at 873-5967.
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