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Police still in pursuit of suspect after Fishers Chase Bank robbery

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Update: On Aug. 24 at approximately 1 p.m. officers responded to a bank robbery at the Chase Bank located at 11433 Allisonville Rd. near 116th Street in Fishers. A bank employee told officers a male entered the bank and passed a note demanding money. The teller complied and the male ran out with an undetermined amount of money. The teller observed the suspect get into a silver Dodge passenger car. No employees were injured during the robbery.

The suspect vehicle was observed exiting onto Binford Boulevard from southbound Interstate 69. Officers initiated a traffic stop and the suspect vehicle refused to stop. The suspect vehicle caused a minor traffic crash at the intersection of 62nd Street and Binford Boulevard. No one was injured in this crash and the suspect vehicle continued a short distance until crashing into a fence. Two men ran from the vehicle. The driver was apprehended, but the second suspect remains at large.

Witnesses described the second suspect as a black male in his late teens or early twenties, approximately 5’8” tall with a medium build. During the robbery the suspect wore a yellow traffic vest, blue athletic shorts, tennis shoes and a St. Louis Blues ball cap.

Anyone with information regarding this suspect or this robbery is asked to contact Detective David Finn at 595-3300.

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At 12:52 p.m. Aug. 24 Fishers police were dispatched to Chase Bank in Fishers, at 11433 Allisonville Rd. in response to a bank robbery.

According to preliminary reports, police are still searching for the suspect(s).

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