A customer set off an alarm after walking into the Cambria branch of Bank of America on Saturday morning only to find it was closed, the Sheriff’s Department confirmed.
At 9:15 a.m., the customer — whose identity was not disclosed — triggered an interior motion alarm after entering the branch, department spokesman Rob Bryn said.
Deputies — who observers said arrived with guns drawn, surrounding the bank — confirmed that the door was left open, but there no damage or crime, he added.
They stood by until a bank official arrived to close up the branch, Bryn said.
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