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Police seek masked trio who robbed Murray bank

Published March 27, 2013 6:31 pm

Crime • Detectives are following several leads.
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Police are looking for the three males who burst into a Murray bank with guns drawn, ordering everyone onto the floor.

Witnesses told investigators that the three hooded, masked robbers hopped over the counters and rifled through the tellers' tills, grabbing cash while brandishing their handguns at the employees and customers. An undisclosed amount of money obtained, the trio took off from the Key Bank at 5625 S. Waterbury Way (1575 East) in a green late-model Toyota Camry, said Murray Police Sgt. Kim Rees.

That was Tuesday afternoon. By Wednesday afternoon, Murray police were following several leads on the masked males and had recovered the getaway vehicle, which someone had reported stolen in Salt Lake City.

Police declined to expand on what the leads were for fear of compromising the investigation.

No one was hurt in the bank robbery.

Anyone with information about the suspects can call Murray police at 801-840-4000.

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