Two suspects remain at large after an armed robbery at an Arbuckle bank on Friday, according to a press release.
At around 4:39 p.m. on Friday, two suspects entered Umpqua Bank in Arbuckle, according to the press release.
The men were reportedly armed with handguns and took an undisclosed amount of money before fleeing south in a stolen tan Toyota pickup. No injuries were reported during the robbery.
A Colusa County sheriff’s deputy pursued the vehicle into Yolo County, where one suspect fled on foot and the other suspect continued driving south.
The second suspect reportedly abandoned the vehicle in an orchard south of County Road 2 and west of County Road 88 in Yolo County.
Colusa County sheriff’s deputies, Colusa County Task Force agents and Colusa County detectives along with personnel from Yolo County Sheriff’s Office, California Highway Patrol, Williams Police Department and Woodland Police Department set a perimeter around the area, according to the press release. A CHP air unit and CHP K-9 were utilized in the search for the suspects.
As of Saturday afternoon, the suspects were still at large.
The suspects were reportedly dressed in hoodie-style sweatshirts with masks covering their faces.
One suspect was described as a heavy-set male with a light complexion and the second was described as a thinner male adult – possibly Hispanic with a dark complexion or African-American.
According to the press release, the investigation is ongoing and the Federal Bureau Investigation is assisting with the investigation.
Anyone with information regarding the incident is asked to contact Detective Sgt. Jose Ruiz or Detective Chris Doble at 458-0200.