Rome Police looking for three men involved in an armed bank robbery

Suspects involved in the robbery

Rome Police are looking for three men who were involved in an armed bank robbery.

On Monday around 12:30 p.m. Rome Police were called to a reported armed robbery that occurred at Access Federal Credit Union on South George Street.

When they arrived, police were told that three black men entered the bank. Two of the men had handguns.

According to police, one of the suspects jumped over the tellers counter and took cash while the other two forced customers to stay back.

The suspects were seen driving away in a charcoal colored four door sedan, possibly a Pontiac Grand Am, with an out of state license plate on the back of the car.

Police say the car was last seen driving east down Erie Boulevard.

Police are also looking to speak with a young couple who were pushing a baby stroller on Adams Street while the robbery was taking place.

According to police, they were seen talking to one of the suspects after the robbery took place.

There were no injuries to bank employees or customers during the robbery.

The suspects were caught on camera and Police are asking that anyone with information regarding the robbery should call the Rome Police Detective division at 339-7715.