UPDATE: Authorities locate suspect they say was involved in bank robbery
MOVILLE, Iowa (KTIV) -
Woodbury County Sheriff Lt. Todd Trobaugh said at 12:30 p.m. Friday, they received a call from the United Bank of Iowa in Moville that they had been robbed.
Deputies responded and locked down the bank.
Lt. Trobaugh said the suspect didn't display a weapon but came in and demanded bank officials to place all the $100s and $50s into a bag.
The suspect then left with an undisclosed amount of money.
Lt. Trobaugh said the car the suspect left in, was a black BMW with the license plate of DDJ097. Authorities said the car had been reported stolen from Polk County Friday morning.
Deputies searched for the suspect and the Iowa State Patrol spotted a vehicle with that description around Port Neal Road on Interstate 29 around 2:15 p.m.
There was a short pursuit and the suspect crashed the vehicle and was injured in a rollover.
Authorities are awaiting a search warrant so they can process the vehicle involved in the rollover.
Maj. Wingert with the Woodbury Co. Sheriff's Office says suspect was located by Iowa State Patrol at 260th St. with a flat tire. Wingert says suspect hopped back in car, speeding near 90 mph, lost control hitting train tracks near Old Hwy 75 and flipped car. pic.twitter.com/mgNBEko1A2