By Lynne Hayes-Freeland

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The White Oak Police Department is asking for your help in tracking down two alleged bank robbers.

Police say the robbery happened about 9:45 a.m. Monday morning when two suspects walked into the Huntington National Bank on Lincoln Way, wearing ski masks and white plastic overalls.

At least one of the men was carrying a gun.

“Lay on the floor or we’re going to shoot,” said eyewitness Abe Bradley.

Both are described as white men. One was about six-foot-two, wearing a blue jacket, blue jeans and white coveralls. Police say he also had on a black wool skull cap and work boots.

The second suspects is described being five-foot-eleven wearing white coveralls too, but with a black hoodie, skull cap and a yellow safety vest.

Abe Bradly could only see one of the two men from where he was inside the bank.

“The guy had a pistol, the one I saw, the other guy I didn’t know what he had, if he had anything,” Bradley said.

Police say the suspects got away in a four-door Sedan.

Huntington National Bank will not say how much money was stolen but is offering a $10,000 reward for information regarding the two suspects.

If you have any information call the FBI Pittsburgh Office at 412-432-4000, or the White Oak Police Department at 412-672-9727.

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