Man Arrested as Suspect in Illinois Bank Robbery
Investigators say the man was arrested Tuesday near a Swansea cornfield after they found a car matching the description of a vehicle that had been used two hours earlier to rob the Bank of O'Fallon. The search for the man involved dozens of law enforcers and an Illinois State Police airplane. Authorities say the man entered the bank, implied he had a weapon and demanded money from a teller before running away.
O'Fallon interim police chief Jeff Wild says the man may be responsible for other bank robberies outside Illinois. There's no immediate word on charges. The FBI is investigating.
See other LocalNews news:Kaskaskia College Honors Physical Therapist Assistant Program Class of 2016
Kaskaskia College Announces Kick Programming For June at Salem Education Center
May Fete Performances Set at Centralia High School Thursday and Friday Night
Salem Lion's Club Still Needing Donations for SCHS Post Prom
Police Beat for May 5th, 2016