INDIANAPOLIS - A man was taken into custody after police in Noblesville investigated reports of a bank robbery on Wednesday afternoon.
The robbery was reported at the Community Bank on 830 Logan St. just before noon.
Police said a man showed a weapon to a teller and demanded money, then fled westbound on Logan Street.
The bank is less than a block from the Hamilton County Courthouse, and a sheriff's deputy at the courthouse saw the suspect leaving the bank.
Officers from Westfield, Carmel, Noblesville and Hamilton County set up a perimeter and used K-9 officers in the search.
The suspect, later identified as 50-year-old Robert Gagle, was taken into custody just before 4 p.m. Police were notified after someone spotted Gagle at a CVS near the crime scene, officials said.
Police arrested Gagle after they matched him with surveillance video and found money believed to be from the bank in his car. Gagle faces a felony charge of robbery, officials said.
Police said no shots were fired in the robbery and no injuries were reported.
The case remains under investigation. Anyone with information about the robbery or suspect is asked to call the Noblesville Police Department's Criminal Investigation Division at 317-776-6370.
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