Let’s just say the police response time was a little quicker than normal.

Two men were arrested after police say they robbed a bar outside Baltimore while off-duty officers were there for a police retirement party.

The Baltimore Sun reports the men allegedly demanded cash from the register at a Woodlawn bar one Tuesday evening while a group of officers gathered for a longtime sergeant’s retirement.

Long story short: the would-be robbers rapidly exited the bar after they belatedly processed the bar patrons who were staring at them: some in uniform, some not. The officers quickly chased them down, restrained them and arrested them.

Baltimore County police spokesman Cpl. Shawn Vinson says 21-year-old Joseph McInnis III and 22-year-old Tyree McCoy face armed robbery, theft and other charges. The Sun reports neither had an attorney listed in online court records.

Monaghan’s Pub owner says it’s odd that someone would attempt a robbery because a precinct station is across the street.

Vinson says the party was for David Neral, who has been with the department since 1988.