The Wisconsin Bankers Association is offering a 10-thousand dollar reward to catch some criminals.
About two weeks ago, two men forced their way into a woman's Caledonia home, tied her up along with her young adult son.
The two were held captive in their house until the next morning when the woman was forced to take the suspects to he place f work. The Landmark Credit Union of Racine.
The woman and her son are fine but the suspects got away with cash driving a red GMC Jimmy truck.
The Bankers Association's Eric Skrum says the crime is serious and they're offering the ten-thousand dollar reward for a non-bank institution crime to send the message that such actions won't be tolerated whether it involves a bank, credit union or other financial institution.
Skrum says the Association offered a similar reward only once before in a similar case last year when an Elmwood bank employee and his wife were held overnight and forced to turn over money in the morning. In fact police are looking at the possibility the two crimes may be connected.
Anyone with information should contact police departments in Caledonia or Racine or the FBI.