Saskatoon police looking for bank robbery suspects
Police say two men entered a bank on Worobetz Place with guns, stole money Monday morning
Saskatoon Police are investigating what appears to be a bank robbery.
Police say two men entered a financial institution on Worobetz Place with guns at about 11 a.m. CST on Monday. Worobetz Place is just off Diefenbaker Drive in the city's west side.
A woman who stayed back closer to the doors may have also been involved in the robbery.
One of the bank's employees was assaulted, but police say the injuries are minor.
The suspects got away with an undisclosed amount of money. Police say the suspects left in a white Chrysler Intrepid, which had been reported stolen earlier on Monday.
Two of the suspects are described as an aboriginal men in their twenties. Police say they are both about 5-11 with a medium build.
One of the men was wearing a black hoodie with a skull symbol on the front. He also had a black and white bandana covering his face with a skull on it
The second man was wearing a grey sweater and a black and white bandana over his face.
Anyone with information is asked to call police.