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Photos and video courtesy of FBI
Photos and video courtesy of FBI

The FBI has released a video showing two robbers holding up a Little Neck bank last week and rifling through its safe before taking off with a large amount of cash.

Two men, wearing dark clothing with cloth masks across their face, entered the bank, a Chase branch at 56-21 Marathon Parkway, at about 9:40 a.m. on Dec. 4, according to authorities.


One of the suspects was carrying a handgun and a black bag. The second suspect ordered the banker and customer who were in the banking area to move to the lobby, the FBI said. They complied, and the armed robber lowered himself to the ground nearby.

The second suspect then told the manager to remove money from a teller drawer, followed by the vault.

Once inside the vault, the robber took an undisclosed, but significant amount of cash and placed the money in the black bag, the FBI said. Both suspects then fled the bank, heading southbound on Marathon Parkway.

Anyone with information is asked to call the FBI at 212-384-1000. Tipsters may remain anonymous.

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