Police called to robbery at Yorkshire Bank Moortown Leeds

Police have been called to a robbery at a branch of Yorkshire Bank in Moortown, Leeds.

West Yorkshire Police were called to the incident in Harrogate Road at 12.44pm after reports of a robbery.

Two men made off from the scene but no one was injured and no weapons are believed to have been involved.

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Police have been called to an armed robbery at Yorkshire Bank in Moortown Leeds. Photo: Steve Riding

A spokesman said: "Police were called to Yorkshire Bank in Moortown, Leeds at 12.44pm after reports of a robbery.

"Two males made off but there were no injuries reported and no weapons.

"It's still early days and enquiries are ongoing.

"Police are still at the scene now."

Police have been called to an armed robbery at Yorkshire Bank in Moortown Leeds. Photo: Steve Riding