New details on Grimsby bank robbery

We have some new details for you about the bank robbery in Grimsby last week.

Police say 3 armed men are wanted in the daylight robbery which took place Friday January 4th at noon at the Scotiabank on Main Street East across from the hospital.
 
Investigators say the men entered the bank and demanded money from the teller. 

The suspects then stole a quantity of cash before fleeing.

No one was hurt.
 
The first suspect was wearing a black balaclava, eye glasses, grey/black "Roots" hoodie, black pants, black gloves and black shoes.

The second suspect was wearing a black balaclava, black hoodie, black pants, black gloves and black shoes.

The third suspect was wearing a black balaclava, grey "Adidas" hoodie, grey sweatpants, black gloves, black/yellow shoes and a black backpack.
 
Detectives with the Criminal Investigations Branch (CIB) continue to investigate with the assistance of K9 and Emergency Task Unit (ETU) members. 
 
Anyone with information relating to this incident is asked to contact Detective Jay Vormittag at (905) 688-4111 (Dial option 4, Badge number 9224).

Meantime, three suspects remain at large following another bank robbery at the Scotiabank in St.Catharines on Glendale Ave.

That robbery took place the night before the Grimsby incident.

They held the branch staff and one customer at gun point.

After taking some cash from the tills, they fled the scene.

Police are searching for three black males, 19 to 25 years of age with thin builds.

All three were wearing gloves, masks and hooded sweatshirts

Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Sgt. Dave Pierini, 1 District Criminal Investigation Branch, St. Catharines at (905) 688-4111 Ext. 9134.