Two men, who are believed to be in the teens or early 20s, reportedly robbed the BB&T Bank on Clairmont Road at about 9 a.m.
One of the men was armed with a sawed-off shotgun and reportedly fired shots into the air.
Both men were wearing hoodies and scarves to conceal their heads and faces. They reportedly fled the bank on foot.
No injuries were reported.
Since the report says Clairmont Rd, and not Clairemont Ave., we can ASS-U-ME it the BB&T at 2987 Clairmont Rd near the Buford Hwy, and not the one at 1221 Clairemont Ave. between Scott and N. Decatur [though even B&BT lists that as 1221 Clairmont Rd.]
Why should we have to do so much research to resolve ambiguities in news reports, when just a phrase or two would make it crystal clear?