Update 4:32 p.m.: Police have found the Escalade that the two bank robbers stole Sunday night in Salinas.
It was located "in the area" of the bank and "is being processed by Watsonville Police CSI Officers," police said.
Both suspects threatened the people inside the bank with guns. According to police, there were six customers and 10 employees at Comerican at the time of the crime.
The first suspect is approximately five-feet-ten-inches with a thin buildt. He was wearing a read hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans and tan gloves. The second suspect is approximately five-feet-eight-inches with a medium build. He was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans and black gloves. Both men were wearing masks.
Original Report: Watsonville police are on scene at Comerica Bank on Main Street in Watsonville in response to a bank robbery earlier this afternoon.
Sgt. Eric Taylor told Watsonville Patch that two men entered the bank. One man flashed a handgun, then both ran out of the building and fled in a stolen a Cadillac Escalade.
No one was injured in the incident.
The same bank was robbed on Dec. 17 by two masked men who ordered everyone inside on the floor as they collected cash from a teller.
Stay tuned to Watsonville Patch for more information on this story as it develops.