Amarillo bank robbed, suspects on the loose

Police are searching for the pair who they say robbed an Amarillo National Bank location Friday afternoon.

The suspects are described as an Hispanic female wearing a pink cap and an Hispanic male about 5'6", 200 pounds, wearing a blue shirt and possibly Dickie brand pants.

Amarillo Police confirmed to Pronews 7 that the pair walked into the bank at the intersection of Interstate 40 and Coulter at about 3:20 p.m. Friday and demanded money.

"A panic alarm went off at 3:23 and officers responded within two minutes," said Amarillo Police Cpl. Jerry Neufeld.

Police said the famale suspect approached the teller and made a comment about them being watched. The male suspect, according to police, then lifted up his shirt to display a weapon. He then demanded money and the teller gave him an undetermined amount, police said.

The pair then took off running. Police said they do not have a vehicle description but there have been reports the pair got in a vehicle.

Police are working with bank officials to use surveillance to further their investigation.