Police and the FBI are looking for the man who robbed an Omaha bank Friday morning.
A man dressed all in black and wearing a mask entered the Great Western Bank at 48th and L streets around 9:30 p.m. and pulled a gun. He made his way to the teller side of the window and grabbed the money from the drawers himself.
“Entered the bank alone armed with an unknown firearm at this time, emptied out the tills and took off on foot to the north, northeast," said Omaha Police Sgt. Kevin Housh.
Unrelated to the actual bank robbery, a wanted man apparently panicked and ended up being taken to jail. Officers converging on the bank saw a maroon Alero traveling at a high rate of speed leaving the area and then running a red light at 50th and F streets.
An officer attempted to stop the vehicle, then initiated a pursuit. The suspect then abandoned the vehicle at 49th Avenue and C Street and ran. The officer attempted to apprehend the suspect, who was actively fighting. A Taser was used and the suspect was arrested.
It was discovered that the suspect was not involved in the bank robbery, but fleeing from police due to outstanding felony warrants for violation of parole. Twenty-three-year-old Dustin Debusk of Omaha was booked for felony flight to avoid arrest, resisting arrest and willful reckless driving.