A man wearing a mask robbed a Cleveland Heights bank Monday afternoon.
LAKEWOOD, Ohio - Two men who robbed a bank in Lakewood on Wednesday are on the loose and the FBI is asking for information.
Andrew Perry, 21, and Lewis Perry, 22, robbed the Charter One Bank on Madison Avenue at about 2:30 p.m., according to FBI Special Agent Vicki Anderson.
The FBI said they believe the brothers are still in the Cleveland area near Interstate 71. They might be trying to check into a hotel or access a bus line, the FBI said. The men are armed.
A reward is available to information leading to the Lewis brothers' arrest. Call the Cleveland Division of the FBI at 216-522-1400 with tips.
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