Janitor pistol whipped by bank robbers
FORT WAYNE, IN — Two bank robbers approached a janitor in a parking lot and, at gunpoint, demanded he allow them entrance the bank at which he cleaned before it was open to customers, according to the Journal Gazette.
The janitor, a contract employee working at the Partners First Federal Credit Union, was struck several times with a pistol before the assailants fled the scene in his vehicle, the story stated.
One of the robbers was described by police as “40 to 50 years old, white, six feet tall and weighing more than 200 pounds,” the story noted.
The other robber was, according to police, “25 to 30 years old, black and six-foot-two to six-foot-three with a large build,” the story added.
According to the article, the vehicle of the janitor, who was treated at the scene for his injuries, was recovered and will be processed for evidence.
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