Four Baltimore residents were arrested shortly after allegedly robbed a Lancaster County bank at gunpoint this morning.
East Hempfield Township police said three men went into the M&T Bank at 1847 Columbia Avenue and two had guns when they demanded money shortly after 10 a.m.
They made their getaway in a waiting vehicle driven by a woman, but were stopped a short time later by Manor Township police in the 200 block of South Centerville Road, police said.
Three were taken into custody immediately. A fourth suspect fled and was captured after a short foot chase.
Both handguns and the stolen money were recovered, police said.
Police identified the suspects as Nick Kyle Kyshonda Finks, 25, who has addresses in Lancaster and Baltimore; Thomas Darden, 51; Eric Townes, 20; and the alleged getaway driver, 29-year-old Neisha Woodson.
All have been charged with robbery and criminal conspiracy to commit robbery.