Police say they are looking for at least two people who robbed a bank in Torrance at midday Tuesday.
About 11:40 a.m. multiple people walked into the Cal-Com Federal Credit Union in the 20000 block of Hawthorne Boulevard in a takeover-style robbery, said Torrance police Lt. Kyle Goffney.
At least one of the robbers flashed a gun during the robbery, he said. One round was fired but no one was hit, he said.
The robbers got away with a “substantial” amount of cash in unknown denominations, Goffney said.
There have been no arrests and the FBI is aiding in the investigation.
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