HOUSTON (KTRK) -- Police arrested two men after they attempted to break into a bank safe with a dumbbell and crowbar.
It happened on the Houston's north side early Tuesday morning at the Chase bank on North Shepherd and 34th St.
Police say the men used a workout dumbbell to break the side window of the bank. They were able to get inside and went for the bank safe, attempting to crack it open with a crowbar and a 10 pound dumbbell.
Police say the men tried to hide in the bank when officers arrived, but they were eventually found and arrested.
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Dumbbell and crowbar used in attempted burglary at Chase Bank in north Houston