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Last updated on Thursday, March 29, 2012
(CARLISLE) - The Indiana State Police and the FBI continues to work on a robbery investigation out of Carlisle.
At 8:35 a.m. today, Indiana State Police say there was a bank robbery at the First Financial Bank in Carlisle.
Deputies say two black men wearing hooded sweat-shirts waited for the employees to open the bank and then forced them inside, using a small hand-gun.
Police say a female teller became flustered when the suspects held the gun to her head causing her to trip and fall, hitting her head. The men then tied-up the bank tellers using zip-ties.
As the suspects left the bank, police say they stole a 2011 grey, Chevy Malibu that belonged to one of the bank employees.
Police have found the car at Ash Park Apartments which is on the edge of Carlisle. However police are still looking for the suspects.
Police ask if anyone has any information about the robbery to please call crime stoppers at (812) 238-stop.
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