FAIRFIELD, Conn. - Two suspects were sought after an armed robbery Friday morning at Fairfield's TD Bank North on the Post Road, police said.
Officers were called to the bank shortly before 8:40 a.m. Friday after two men wearing black hoodies, gloves and ski masks walked into the bank using the back entrance and demanded at gunpoint that the teller give them money, police said.
After the teller gave them an undisclosed amount of money, the two men took all the bank employees into the backroom where the vault is and shut them in before fleeing the scene, police said.
It was unclear how the suspects left the area, but police said they were looking at foot traffic and traffic near the Exit 21 entrance to Interstate 95.
No one was injured during the robbery, and police were continuing to investigate by looking at bank surveillance video, police said.
The bank branch has posted signs posted indicating it will be closed for at least the rest of Friday. It directs bank patrons to another location on Black Rock Turnpike.
Anyone with information on the suspects or with video surveillance of the area is asked to contact the Detective Bureau by calling 203-254-4808 or using the www.FPDCT.com website with anonymous tips. All information can be kept confidential.