On the evening of Sept. 9, two masked men robbed the Manhattan branch of Sunflower Bank.
The men entered the 2710 Anderson Ave. bank and made an oral demand for cash, said Bridget Patton, media representative for the Kansas City Division of the FBI.
She said suspect one, estimated at 5 feet 6 inches tall, displayed a handgun. Suspect one wore a homemade mask made out of cloth material with the eyes cut out, dark jacket, dark cargo pants, dark gloves and white shoes, according to the media release.
Suspect two, estimated at 6 feet tall, seemed slimmer than suspect one, Patton said. He also wore a homemade mask made of cloth material with the eyes cut out, dark jacket, dark colored jeans and dark gloves, according to the media release.
The suspects fled in an undefined direction with an undisclosed amount of cash, Patton said.
There were no injuries.
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