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Shots Fired After PNC Bank Robbed in Pocomoke City

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Video surveillance photos of the robbery suspects. Video surveillance photos of the robbery suspects.

POCOMOKE CITY, Md.- Investigators are asking the public's help in identifying three people wanted for robbing the PNC Bank in Pocomoke City on Monday.

According to the Worcester County Bureau of Investigation, three suspects entered the bank and threatened to blow it up with an explosive device. No weapon or explosive was displayed to the bank tellers, investigators said.

The suspects then fled the bank drove toward Virginia, police said. An Accomack County sheriff’s deputy located the getaway car and attempted to stop it. Authorities said the driver of the car fired a handgun at the deputy, striking his vehicle several times. There were no reported injuries.

According to investigators, the suspects were described as two black males and a black male dressed in woman’s clothing. The first suspect was  was dressed in a tan skirt, a black wig and dark colored scarf. The second suspect was wearing a red baseball cap, dark shirt and blue jeans. The third suspect was described as a black male with past shoulder length dread lock hair. He was wearing a lime green (floppy style) hat, gray full zipped sweat shirt and dark colored pants. 

PNC Bank is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of the suspects, authorities said.

Anyone with information about this crime is asked to contact the Worcester County Bureau of Investigation at (410) 632-1111.

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