A woman using a drive thru ATM gets held up and robbed by two men armed with guns.
Greenville police say it happened around 9:30 at the Bank of America on Stanstonburg Road Tuesday night.
Officers say the 29-year-old Farmville woman had driven up to the ATM and was retrieving her card from the machine when two armed men approached...one from the front of her vehicle and the other from the rear.
Officers say they forced the woman to give up her PIN and withdrew an undisclosed amount of money from the bank. They also took the money the victim had just obtained.
She was uninjured, but the duo took off on foot and are still on the run this morning.
The gunmen are described as two black men, possibly late 20's, wearing black toboggans, black long sleeve shirts or jackets and both had on what appeared to be a partial ski mask covering up to their noses. The mask appeared to be thick fabric with gray and black streaks.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Pitt-Greenville Crime Stoppers at 252-758-7777.
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