Channel 2 Action News reporter Richard Elliot spoke to investigators at the bank.
They told Elliot the violent robbery was a “take-over type robbery.”
The robbers went into the bank on Chamblee-Tucker Road wearing disguises.
They ordered everyone onto the floor, according to investigators.
At one point, a gunman held a gun to the head of a bank customer.
One of the gunmen went behind the counter to grab cash.
A bank employee was not moving fast enough for the robber, who shot the employee in the leg.
Paramedics rushed the wounded employee to Gwinnett Medical Center.
The FBI has been called in to take over the investigation.
“We’ve seen the photographs from the robbery,” said Steve Emmett of the FBI. “Very dynamic robbery. I’m confident it was a very traumatic experience for everyone involved.”
The gunmen were in and out of the bank in less than two minutes, according to the FBI.
The robbers were seen leaving the bank in a dark blue or black minivan.
FBI officials said they are searching for two African-American males.
This first is described as 60- 62, slender build, facial hair, possibly wearing a wig, ballcap, and a long-sleeved orange shirt.
The second robber is described as an African-American male, 58, with a stocky build.
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