Two Early County bank robbers remain on the run nearly a month after pulling off an armed heist in Arlington.
The robbers were heavily disguised but investigators hope someone out there knows who they are.
These robbers meant business when they held up the Bank of Early in Arlington November 26th.
Bank surveillance video captured the suspects who had their faces covered. They were also covered head to toe.
They rushed in the bank around 2:30 in the afternoon and demanded money from the tellers. They got away with an undetermined amount of cash.
Search dogs were brought in, but they couldn't track down the robbers. It is thought though they got away in SUV possibly a Ford Explorer or a Bronco.
Whoever these robbers are they were experienced and calm in pulling off their crime. One thing investigators hope will lead to their arrest is the $2, 500 reward being offered in the case.
The Bank of Early robbers become two of WALB's most Wanted.
If you have any helpful information call the GBI Sylvester Office or Arlington Police at 725-4211.
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