WILMINGTON, Del. — Police in Delaware have arrested two men in a bank robbery and are looking for a third.

The robbery happened Monday afternoon at Fulton Bank in Wilmington. State police said in a statement that a man wearing a wig and carrying a purse handed a note to a teller saying he was armed and demanding money.

The teller gave money to the man, who fled the bank.

Investigators identified a car that was involved in the robbery. Troopers saw the car and chased it; two passengers left the vehicle, and one was arrested. Authorities say the driver was also arrested.

Twenty-three-year-old Joseph Perkins, who police say is the man who went into the bank, and 25-year-old Seth Briscoe, are charged with robbery.

Police are looking for the other passenger.

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