SEAL BEACH, Calif. (AP) — Southern California authorities say a pair of robbers, one wielding a knife, held up a bank in Orange County.

The robbery happened Tuesday at a Chase branch along Pacific Coast Highway in Seal Beach.

Police Sgt. Mike Henderson says the pair approached a teller window demanding cash. He says one of the suspects had pulled out a knife.

Investigators didn't say how much money they got away with.

City News Service reports both suspects are described as white men in their 20s with thin builds. They wore blue jump suits with white writing on the front left chest.

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