Pair Of Bank Robbers Strike Again

A pair of robbers hit an East Texas bank Monday and the FBI says this was not the first time.
  The pair robbed the First Bank of Brownsboro in Murchison. Around 1:45 pm a man and a woman entered the bank wearing disguises.
  The male displayed a handgun and demanded money. The suspects fled with the money through the back alley.
  No customers were in the bank during the robbery. Search dogs were brought in to try and track the suspects. Officials believe they left the area in a yellow or cream colored older model Monte Carlo.
  FBI officials believe the same pair robbed the Kelly Tyler Federal Credit Union on Friday and the Keystone Credit Union in Tyler, in June.
  They are described as a black male and black female in their mid to late 30's. Witnesses saw the two fleeing the area.
  "The two bank tellers ran outside," said witness Brandon Irvy. "I walked outside and I wondered what was happening and I didn't know what. They said we've just been robbed and I ran outside and when I ran outside the sheriff was driving by. I stopped him and told him."
  If you have any information on the two suspects involved in these robberies you are asked to call the Henderson County Sheriff's Department, the Tyler Police Department or the FBI.

Story by Maya Golden, mgolden@kltv.com