UPDATED at 7:45 p.m.: Police continue to investigate an armed bank robbery that occurred in Lake Elsinore Monday afternoon.
At press time, police are still working the investigation in the 31700 block of Canyon Estates Drive and the road is closed.
"They are processing the scene," according to Sgt. Lisa McConnell of the Riverside County Sheriff's Department.
Three suspects were taken into custody following the heist reported at 12:55 p.m. at the Bank of America located at 29987 Canyon Hills Road.
The suspected robbers were arrested in the vicinity of Canyon Estates Drive, McConnell confirmed.
“There are no outstanding suspects,” she said.
The afternoon pursuit required deputies to search nearby properties on foot; a sheriff’s K-9 unit was called in and so was the sheriff’s helicopter.
There were no reports of gunfire, and no report of injuries to deputies, bank employees or bystanders, McConnell said.
There “may have been” a dog bite injury to a suspect, she said.
The FBI assumes all bank robberies, however at press time only Riverside County Sheriff's Department deputies were on scene.
A neighbor who lives on Canyon Estates Drive said she saw people being pursued by police.
"A black car pulled up and some people ran out," said Diana Salgado, 21. "After a while, an African American in a white T-shirt came out and he was bloodied up. I don't know from what. I didn't hear any gunshots."
He was arrested, but was transported by paramedics, according to Salgado.
"He had a couple of head injuries," she said, confirming that a white T-shirt that lay nearby belonged to the suspect.
Salgado said she did not know the suspect.
Check back for details on the suspects and more information about the robbery. --Daniel Lane contributed to this report.