Authorities say four Georgia men have been indicted in an Alabama bank robbery.

AL.com quotes U.S. Attorney Jay E. Town as saying that a federal grand jury indicted the men Wednesday. Heflin police Chief A.J. Benefield had said no one was injured in the May 2 robbery at Small Town Bank.

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The two-count indictment for robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery says 47-year-old Derrick Antonio Owens, 46-year-old Kenyatta Delafayette Cosby, 22-year-old Brice Mercivious Kimbro and 30-year-old Travis Omere Montford had traveled together to the bank.

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Authorities say Cosby jumped over the counter and shoved a teller to the floor, Montford and Kimbro took money from tellers, and Owens drove the car they left in. Authorities chased the car and took them into custody.

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It is unclear if they have lawyers.