Armed robbery of a bank in the Albanian capital, no casualties
According to local media reports, at 13:40 local time on January 23, a private bank on Bardhyli Street in the Albanian capital Tirana was robbed at gunpoint.
A suspect entered the bank, raised a gun and threatened the staff, and managed to rob an unknown amount of cash before fleeing the scene.
Fortunately, there were no casualties during the entire process.
After the incident, the police quickly arrived at the scene to investigate and collect evidence, and sent a large number of officers to launch a city-wide manhunt, and set up roadblocks at the entrances and exits of major roads to check.
At present, the suspects have not been arrested and their identities have not been identified.
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