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Police looking for help identifying hold-up men from Regions bank robbery

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Police are looking for help identifying a pair of suspected bank robbers after a May 9th hold up at a Regions Bank in St. Louis.  (Credit: SLMPD) Police are looking for help identifying a pair of suspected bank robbers after a May 9th hold up at a Regions Bank in St. Louis. (Credit: SLMPD)
Police are looking for help identifying a pair of suspected bank robbers after a May 9th hold up at a Regions Bank in St. Louis.  (Credit: SLMPD) Police are looking for help identifying a pair of suspected bank robbers after a May 9th hold up at a Regions Bank in St. Louis. (Credit: SLMPD)
Police are looking for help identifying a pair of suspected bank robbers after a May 9th hold up at a Regions Bank in St. Louis.  (Credit: SLMPD) Police are looking for help identifying a pair of suspected bank robbers after a May 9th hold up at a Regions Bank in St. Louis. (Credit: SLMPD)
The getaway vehicle was a black Mercedes S550.  (Credit: SLMPD) The getaway vehicle was a black Mercedes S550. (Credit: SLMPD)

ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- Police are looking for help identifying a pair of suspected bank robbers after a May 9th hold up at a Regions Bank in St. Louis.

At 9:15 a.m. Wednesday, police received a call from the Regions Bank at 3547 Hampton Avenue.

Two black men, one between 5’10 and 6’1 with a medium to heavy build and the other between 5’6 and 5’9 with a slim build, entered the bank with guns and announced the robbery.

The taller man was wearing a UPS uniform with a black long sleeve shirt underneath, and a fake beard possibly painted grey.

The shorter man wore a black wig and heavy face paint, and had a maroon scrub top and black pants.

The suspects demanded money from the employees and made off with a large amount of cash. When they left the bank, they got into a black Mercedes S550 with a sunroof and fled the scene.

Anyone with information is urged to call CrimeStoppers at 866-371-TIPS.

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