Two men armed with a sledgehammer have robbed an inner-Sydney bank.
The pair entered the Bendigo Bank on Harris Street at Pyrmont at 5pm on Friday and threatened staff and demanded cash.
A man whose daughter was a witness told Fairfax Radio a car was driving erratically down Harris St before the men got out and went into the bank.
‘‘Next thing they drive up onto the footpath, they back up so the car was ready to get away,’’ he said.
‘‘I think it was three people raced into the bank ... they were only in there for about 30 seconds and they came out and screamed off into the car and nearly knocked over a couple of pedestrians and a cyclist.’’
The men made off with a small amount of cash in a blue Subaru WRX, last seen driving south on Harris Street.
Police said no one was hurt in the robbery.