CHICO, Calif. - The alarm sounded at a Chase Bank in Chico on Monday, but it was not a robbery.
It turns out a two-year-old child triggered the panic alarm at the Chase Bank off of Cohasset Road Monday evening and within minutes, multiple police cars were on scene.
Chris and Megan Hines, of Paradise, were a little embarrassed but told officers their son, Killian, was just being a curious two-year-old.
Police cleared the scene after confirming with managers it was truly an accident. The Chase Bank branch opened just three weeks ago.
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