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They commended the police for their quick response and say they are caring for staff who were working during the robbery.
“We can confirm that there was an incident at our branch in Horden yesterday morning.
The police arrived at the scene very quickly and we are working closely with them as the investigation continues.
We are taking all necessary steps to ensure that all involved in the incident are being supported and cared for and are grateful for the support of Durham Police and the public.
The branch is currently closed, however customers are able to use the nearest TSB branch at Murton, 22 Woods Terrace, Murton, County Durham, SR7 9AG."
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Police are appealing for help to trace missing 38-year-old Richard Carling who was last seen at an address on Strauss Road, South Bank, Middlesbrough at around 5pm on September 19.
Richard is described as white, around 6ft tall, of slim build and he was last seen wearing a black baseball cap with NY on the front, a blue Kappa jacket, black tracksuit bottoms and blue trainers.
It is believed he may have travelled out of the area, possibly to the Avon and Somerset areas.
Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is asked to contact Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101.
Police said a manhunt is continuing on Thursday for armed robbers who struck at a TSB bank in County Durham.
Three men targeted the branch on Blackhills Road in Horden wielding crowbars and a wooden stick at around 10.45 on Wednesday morning.
Two female members of staff were injured and treated for minor injuries. Two female members of the public were also injured but did not require treatment.
A car thought to be linked to the incident has since been discovered burnt out on the Cotsford Park Estate area in Horden.
Anyone with information should contact police urgently on 101 and quote incident 121 of 21/09.
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