MUNCIE — Police in Muncie have arrested Jeremy Snider in connection with Wednesday's bank robbery where a patron was shot.
Police say a man walked into the Prime Trust Financial Federal Credit Union and demanded cash. A customer tried to intervene in the robbery and was shot at. The customer was treated for non-life threatening injuries.
Snider has been located and arrested, according to a tweet Saturday morning from the Muncie Police Department. He was located in Indianapolis.
Update: Snider has been arrested— Muncie Police (@MunciePolice) July 13, 2019
The Muncie Police Department is actively looking for Jeremy Snider DOB 12/22/1986. Snider is a person of interest in Wednesday's armed robbery of the Prime Trust Federal Credit Union located at 3230 S. Madison Street. pic.twitter.com/4lgRtbvvoZ
Investigators say the suspect fled from the scene. It is unclear if he got away with anything from the bank.
Police say Snider, 32, is a person of interest in the robbery. He should be considered armed and dangerous.