Four men rob South Euclid credit union

South Euclid - The FBI is asking for help from the public to find four armed robbers who held up a South Euclid credit union Saturday morning.

It happened at 9:52AM at the Firefighters Credit Union on Dean Street.

Three men, described as African-American and wearing masks and hoods,  entered the bank.  

Two of the robbers had weapons and hopped the counter.  

A third stayed in the lobby.

One suspect was carrying what appeared to be a tech 9 style firearm, and another carried an assault-style long gun with a white sheet draped over it.

The two suspects who went behind the counter got into the teller cash drawers.

They then fled the building and got into a waiting vehicle.

The FBI says the vehicle could possibly be a silver Honda, Hyundai or Kia with a black front bumper.

The robbers headed south, turning onto Mayfield Road.

Tips can be provided to the FBI, the South Euclid Police Department or Crimestoppers.

The FBI's Vicky Anderson says reward money is available for information leading to the successful identification and prosecution of the robbers.

The suspects are considered to be armed and dangerous.

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