A customer set off an alarm after walking into the Cambria branch of Bank of America on Saturday morning, Feb. 6, 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 was no damage or crime, he added. They stood by until a bank official arrived to close up the branch, Bryn said.
— Kathe Tanner