CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Cleveland police are releasing more details and surveillance pictures from a Tuesday afternoon bank robbery.
According to the police report one man, wearing a hood, walked into Key Bank on St. Clair Avenue around 1:15 p.m.
He was asked to remove his hood but instead the suspect placed a bag on the counter with a note and said "hurry up and put the money in there before they come."
As he reached behind the teller to grab the keys to open the cash, two other men ran into the bank and put a gun to her face and said, "put the money in the bag b****."
After putting the money in a bag the second and third suspects told her to "lay down and don't get up."
When she laid down, all three men ran out the back of the bank.
Police were called and were able to quickly find the suspects because there also was a tracker in the money bag.
All three were arrested after a short police chase.
No one was injured.
The suspects names have not been released.