WASHINGTON, Ind. (WTHI) - A Washington, Indiana bank robbery suspect is now behind bars.
The Crane Credit Union in Washington was robbed just after 9:00 Monday morning.
Police say the suspect provided a note to a bank teller demanding money.
The teller gave the suspect an undetermined amount of money, and the male fled on foot to a Save-A-Lot store nearby where he disappeared.
Police learned the suspect was 23-year-old Dustin R. Greene and found out the type of car he was driving.
A Worthington police officer located the car and arrested Greene.
He's now in the Daviess County jail facing a charge of robbery.
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