FORT MILL, S.C. -- Police are looking for two men that they say robbed a bank in the northern part of York County Wednesday morning.
Officers responded to the 1st Patriot Federal Credit Union off Highway 21 just before 11 a.m. after reports that the bank had just been robbed.
The two men entered the bank displaying a gun and ordered everyone to the floor, authorities say.
There were six employees inside the bank at the time of the robbery, none of which were injured.
A "BOLO" (Be On the Look Out) for two male suspects wearing all black, hoods and masks was issued around 11 Wednesday morning.
Officials said the suspects were armed and fled the scene in a silver Nissan with a dirty trunk.
Authorities were not sure which direction the suspects left the scene.
The credit union, located near the intersection of Highway 21 and Regent Parkway, was surrounded by yellow tape into the afternoon as investigators worked to gather evidence from the scene.