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FBI, sheriff's office investigating bank robbery in Diana

(Source: East Texas Rural Civil Defense ) (Source: East Texas Rural Civil Defense )
(Source: KLTV News Staff) (Source: KLTV News Staff)
(Source: KLTV News Staff) (Source: KLTV News Staff)
DIANA, TX (KLTV) -

Law enforcement officers are investigating a Friday afternoon bank robbery in Upshur County.

About 5 p.m., the Security State Bank in the 1700 block of Highway 259 in Diana was robbed. David Hazel, Upshur County Sheriff's Office public information officer,  said the FBI is handling the investigation and the sheriff's office is assisting.

Our reporter at the scene said several law enforcement officers are searching a field behind the bank, including Upshur County Sheriff's Office and DPS. 

Hazel said that there will be more information released on Saturday morning. 

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