Indy man arrested after bank robbery in Fishers; second suspect sought

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UPDATE (June 1, 2018)– The court accepted a guilty plea by Mark Williams for robbery. He was sentenced to four years in the Indiana Department of Correction. He already served 418 actual days and received good time credit for 139 days for a total credit of 557 days. He also has to pay a $185 court fine.

Original story:

FISHERS, Ind. (Aug. 25, 2015) – The Fishers Police Department arrested an Indianapolis man after a Monday afternoon bank robbery.

Around 1 p.m., officers responded to a bank alarm from the Chase Bank at 11433 Allisonville Road. An employee told officers a man entered the bank and handed over a note demanding money. The teller complied and said the suspect got into a silver Dodge sedan.

Officers tried to stop the car as it exited onto Binford Boulevard from southbound I-69, but the car refused to stop. The Dodge caused a minor crash at 62nd Street and Binford and continued a short distance before crashing into a fence.

Two men exited the vehicle and ran off. Police quickly caught the driver, Mark T. Williams, 27, Indianapolis, and arrested him.

The second suspect got away. He’s about 5’8” with a medium build and a St. Louis Blues baseball hat.

Anyone with information should call Det. David Finn at 317-595-3300.

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