"not to worry ladies and gents," the lead man stride confidently around the room shotgun slung over his shoulder, stuffing cell phones, jewelry and anything else on the floor in the bag. "the quieter and more cooperative you all are, the quicker we'll be outta here and you get your five minutes of fame on the evening news!" he picked up a rather large cellphone and held it like a dead rat "good lord, people still use these dinosaurs?!" he tossed it aside and continued on
"Hey! Check this out!" one of the robbers stopped at Forah "this ones got a panda pack! I bet me Sis would love one o' them!" he grabbed onto one of the bags straps, and gave it tug "come on girl, give up the bag!"
"fuck man, you and your obsession with bringing yer Sis a gift all the time...sheesh" Alex made a hasty beeline for the teller counters
"hey! Don't be raggin on me family now! Just cause I care about me sis..."
"knock it off you two!" the lead man checked his watch "four minutes"
Alex nodded, then reached over the counter and found the back of the collar of one of the tellers, and hoisted them up, the muzzle of the street sweeper leveled with the tellers nose. He didn't need to say anything, the teller nodded and pointed frantically to a door way that lead to the back rooms, and the vault
"y-y-you can't get in..there's a retinal l-lock on it for the manager only" Alex tossed him aside, a grin beneath his skull faced bandana
"don't matter" he vaulted over the counter and the teller "won't be needing him fer what I'm gonna do to it" the teller seemed confused a moment, watching Alex approach the vault and run a paw down the surface. What appeared to be sand fell to the floor at his touch. He set down the bag he was carrying and cracked his knuckles. Next he drew a set of lines, shaped like a doorway, etching the surface of the metal vault. Alex looked over his shoulder at the stunned teller and chuckled to himself, then set both paws inside the marks, immediately, the surface of the door inside the marks lost it's glossy shine. He pushed on the door, and his paws started to sink in, the sandy substance pouring down around his hands. The teller stared wide eyed at the spectacle, Alex pushed his way through the door, brushing the metal sand of his shoulders as he passed completely through the doorway. A perfect doorway cut into the hardened steel. He turned, and reached through the newly made doorway, picking up the bag he'd set down less than a minute before, and disappeared into the vault.
The teller lay there, stunned till alex was completely out of sight before what just happened clicked in his head "oh shit!" he scrambled under his booth and jammed on a small red button, far more obviously than he'd intended, alerting the other robbers to his move
"fuck! Ninety second! We're gone in ninety seconds!" the lead shouted to the others. They all nodded in unison, their process speeding up
"come on girl! Give up the bag! It ain't worth it" he jammed the muzzle of the shotgun against her nose "I'm sure me Sis will love it to death anyway!"
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