Lower Merion Police have released the names of the two men arrested in connection with the Monday armed robbery of TD Bank in Haverford, but the department said it's still looking for a third man.
Corey McKnight, 23, and Dawud Morris, 35, both of Philadelphia, face charges of robbery, reckless endangerment, simple assault, terroristic threats, and theft.
Because the investigation is ongoing, police are not releasing photos of the suspects.
At 2 p.m. Monday, two men entered the Lancaster Avenue bank and announced they were robbing it. One of the men displayed a handgun, according to township public information officer Tom Walsh.
The men took an undetermined amount of money and, according to authorities, drove off in a grey vehicle.
Philadelphia Police located the vehicle in the area of I-76 and Spring Garden Street and, after a brief foot chase, arrested both of the men.
After the arrests, Lower Merion Police took custody of the men and possession of the car used after the robbery. The department recovered an undisclosed amount of cash from the vehicle.