WASHINGTON Four outlaws carried out an attack on the local bank durring the county fair. Of those four, only two of th criminals have been identified, Jess the mess and big Tom. The violence began when the crowd was focused upon the mayors speech. The individuals stormed the bank, taking the tellers hostage as they looted the vault. The comotion was eventually heard by the local sheriffs office, who responded by taking a stand outside of the banks entrance and exits.
The fair crowd was evacuated during this stand off. After hours of no communication between the law and the criminals, the sheriffs department entered the building. They discovered that an underground tunnel had been built by the outlaws and used. The criminals escaped with $250,000.
A reward has been posted looking for the whereabouts of these individuals and any information that can be provided regarding the other two outlaws who were involved.
"There was a huge commotion, and we all just kinda turned around to see that all the bank doors and windows were slammin'" said one fair goer, "I ain't never seen the sheriffs department look so confused as to what to do".
"After following the tunnel, we discovered that it leads outside of town. We suspect that the criminals had horses there which they used either to split up and travel their separate ways" said local deputy, John Smith.
If you believe you know who these individuals are, stay away from them and report it to local law enforcement. They are considered extremely dangerous and wanted by local departments and U.S. Marshalls.
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