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Two men wearing Halloween masks rob Sioux Falls bank

SIOUX FALLS --- Police were still searching late Wednesday for two men wearing Halloween masks and carrying a handgun who robbed Dacotah Bank in west Sioux Falls earlier in the day. .

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This photograph shows one of the two bank robbers Wednesday morning in Sioux Falls. Submitted photo by Sioux Falls police.

SIOUX FALLS ---  Police were still searching late Wednesday for two men wearing Halloween masks and carrying a handgun who robbed Dacotah Bank in west Sioux Falls earlier in the day. .

The two robbers entered the bank about 9:30 a.m., showed a handgun and left with cash.

There were four employees in the bank at 26th Street and South Marion Road at the time.

Both men were wearing neon green hooded sweatshirts.  The suspect with the handgun is around 5-foot-5 inches  tall and 130 pounds.  He was wearing a Halloween mask with a long beard, a baseball cap, and sunglasses.  The other suspect is around 6 feet tall, 180 pounds, and was wearing a Halloween mask.

The two men left in a car that was found about a block south of the bank.  Police found the car used in the robbery was reported stolen from Sioux Falls on Oct. 25.

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The FBI and Sioux Falls Police are investigating this robbery.

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This photograph shows one of the two bank robbers Wednesday morning in Sioux Falls. Submitted photo by Sioux Falls police.

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