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Detectives have told Heart they are continuing to follow up on leads following the hold-up in Summertown back in January.
Two men forced their way into the Lloyds TSB in Summertown as the manager arrived for work at about 7:30am on Thursday 19 January.
Police reckon they were in the bank for about 30 minutes, locking the bank manager in a safe before making off with an undisclosed amount of cash.
The men had a knife but it was kept in their bag and the manager wasn't hurt.
Thames Valley Police are continuing to follow up various lines of enquiry, but have not made any arrests.
Officers say they are keen for anyone with information about what happened to get in touch.
It's hoped CCTV images (pictured) showing two cars detectives believe were used in the heist will jog someone's memory.
Both the vehicles left the area in the direction of the city centre just after 8am.
Shortly after the break in, the bank offered a reward of up to £25,000 for information that leads to an arrest.
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