MORENO VALLEY, Calif. (KTLA) -- The Riverside County Sheriff's bomb squad and robots entered a Chase Bank Tuesday morning to dismantle a "suspicious device" officials say was left by a bank robber.
Moreno Valley police responded to a call of a robbery at the Chase Bank at Nason Street and Fir Avenue.
The gunman ordered the employees inside the bank and demanded money, according to Riverside County sheriff's officials.
After getting the cash, the robber demanded the employees car keys, then left behind a suspicious device before making his get-away.
The suspect sped away in one of the employee's cars, which was later recovered. However, the suspect remained at large.
No injuries were reported.