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Police searching for suspects that robbed man outside bank in St. Louis

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Police searching for two suspects that robbed man outside bank in St. Louis County. (Credit: St. Louis County Police Department) Police searching for two suspects that robbed man outside bank in St. Louis County. (Credit: St. Louis County Police Department)
A victim was robbed on Friday at a St. Louis County credit union. (Credit: St. Louis County Police Department) A victim was robbed on Friday at a St. Louis County credit union. (Credit: St. Louis County Police Department)
Police searching for two suspects that robbed victim at credit union. (Credit: St. Louis County Police Department) Police searching for two suspects that robbed victim at credit union. (Credit: St. Louis County Police Department)
JENNINGS, Mo. (KMOV.com) -

St. Louis County Police are looking for two suspects that assaulted and robbed a 61-year-old man at a credit union on Friday. 

Officers arrived to the scene of 7345 West Florissant Avenue after they received a call about a robbery at St. Louis Community Credit Union around 3:40 p.m.

Authorities said that the male suspects watched the victim walk out of the bank and and enter his vehicle parked outside. The suspects approached the victim and demanded his wallet and violently forced him to the ground.

While the victim was on the ground, the men ripped the victim's clothing searching for his wallet.

The suspects left proceeded to leave the scene in the same vehicle they arrived in.

The car is believed to be a grey Pontiac G6, with a sunroof missing license plates.

If you have any information relating to the case, please contact St. Louis County Police Department’s City of Jennings Precinct at 636-529-8210 or CrimeStoppers at 1-866-371-TIPS(8477).

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